Francesco Bocchino from Tojo Winery needs almost 1,000 working hours per year to cultivate one hectare of steep slopes. Almost everything has to be done manually, his vineyards are too sloping for larger machines, the distances between the rows of vines too small. I stand with the winegrower on one of his slopes. The morning sun is warming our faces, I'm a bit out of breath from the climb. From up here, the view is unbelievably beautiful. We are in the municipality of Santo Stefano Belbo, in the heart of the Moscato region, looking across an undulating sea of hills to the west towards Castiglione Tinella.