In 2010, Teo consolidates a project he had cherished for a long time and had its roots in his family history. Always a rebel against the wine-making tradition of his lands, he managed to open the first local brewery in 1986. But for many years, he still had one regret: he could not convince his father - a small wine-maker, like many local farmers - to try his beers. Finally, in the new cellar devoted to the cask-aging of beers (aka former family chicken coop, and former brewery), with his father present, Teo proudly presented the results of the Terre and Lune project: two beers aged in wooden barrels that had previously hosted, respectively, great red and white wines. The event was celebrated with a toast, raising a glass of beer with dad Enrico.