Val Grande is the largest wilderness area in Italy, but also an extraordinary outdoor museum of the past mountain civilization, today brought back to life by some "pioneers of taste" thanks to their local products. Small entrepreneurs who have chosen to live their life in harmony with nature and who draw from it their sustenance through the passionate transformation of the products of this land. Their production methods, so far from the industrial ones, express passion, typicality, genuineness, uniqueness, but also a link to the wild Val Grande around which they carry out their activities. As a matter of fact, Val Grande is an area that has been abandoned for over 50 years, and the production activities are carried out along its perimeter or inside it, like traditional beekeeping. Sheep and goat breeding represented for a long time the one and only sustenance activity in this area of Piedmont.