Liguria Wine Magazine suggests, as a pattern for some interviews, an interpretation of the “Proust questionnaire”, the famous list of questions to which a hopeful young man, the one would have gone down into history for his madeleine – ad not just fort that – answered for a joke.
The name of Nicola Lazzoni, a young producer of the Colli di Luni area, and its company, La Bettigna, are well known by the locals, together with its Vermentino, cultivated in a small strip of land in the plain of the River Magra. A niche production enviromentally conscious, in which a fresh and sunny wine originates, representative of the winemaking excellence of Liguria.
What is your most marked characteristic?
What is the quality you most like in a woman?
What is the quality you most like in a man?
When and where were you happiest?
Probably when I was in a famous guest-house in Fragna in front of Château Chalon glass and a piece of Comté
What is the wine that needs to be on your table?
An honest wine
Who or what would you brind on a desert island?
My stereo, with my records
What was your dream when you were a child?
I wanted to become a pianist, or a musician
What is your current state of mind?
What is your favourite place in Liguria?
What is your favourite color?
Grey and all its nuances
Who is your hero?
Dude, from “The big Lebowski”
What do you sing in the shower?
Singin’ in the rain (singed by Alex DeLarge)
Which power would you most like to have?
To breathe underwater
How would you like to die?
As if nothing had happened
What is your motto?
We are the revolution