There is a place in the world characterized by an ancient charm, a playhouse of Nature elements that collide here, drawing a landscape with clean colors: the red of the lava which, cooling in contact with the air, becomes black and reaches the edge of the green-blue sea silhouetted against the turquoise sky background.

A fiery sun caresses the twisted vines that sink their roots in the volcanic sand, among the rough stones of a land in which they coexist together with the silvery olive trees, pines and chestnuts shaken by the wind.

Each plant has its own background, an ancient history and a lot to tell about this land that doesn’t accept compromises, as well as its wines characterized by an accentuated minerality, an acidity that makes them sharp and gives them longevity and which places them between market excellence despite their austerity.