Azienda Agricola Bulichella came into being in 1983, born from the desire of four families originating from northern, central, and southern Italy to live together as an extended family, distancing themselves from the traditional model of the nuclear family.
One of the main desires was to live together, sharing a host of experiences, and initiating farm production with respect for nature and the environment for domestic consumption of the products and their enjoyment abroad. This gave rise to organic farming.
Another aim was to raise children together and to be socially useful by opening the farm’s doors and its spaces to people with problems who needed to recover.
From 1993 to 1998, we sought to attain these goals as much as possible, also varying the persons within the group, and largely achieving many of these goals.
In 1999 the Miyakawa family – Hideyuki and Marisa along with their children – became the business’s owners, and decided to embark on new projects from the experience they already had.
Today, Bulichella, an organic wine and oil farm since 1983, is also a farm holiday concern, or “agritourism” facility.
The company continues its fruitful activity locally as well, with the Consortium of DOC wines of Val di Cornia, for which Hideyuki has served as president.
As the consortium’s president, Hideyuki worked to obtain the DOCG label, a goal achieved in 2012, to raise the image not just of the wine, but of Suvereto and Val di Cornia as well.