Giacomo is depicted as a legend in the history of Italian wine, a unique and crazy man from Piedmont, as Bruno Lauzi explains in an interview included in the film: «People from Piedmont are crazy; they are Brazilians with fog inside».
The film will be presented to the public in its first run.
Il re del mosto
di Giulia Graglia
Giulia Graglia was born in Torino in 1975. She earned a degree in Film History in Regia at the Nuova Università del Cinema e della Televisione (New University of Film and Television) in Rome in 2003. She worked for a long time as a director’s assistant and aid on many films and television shows. She became a sommelier in 2007, after which she decided to dedicate herself to the world of food and wine, collaborating with specialist newspapers and websites. She wrote and co-produced the documentary Senza Trucco – Le donne del vino naturale (Bare-faced – The women of natural wine) (2011, seen at Corto e Fieno) and Il Re del mosto (The king of must) (2012), which she dedicated to Giacomo Bologna, one of the most charismatic figures on Piedmont’s enology scene.