Feudi del Pisciotto has the new vineyards (33 hectares planted since 2002) situated at about 250 meters of altitude and 6 km from the sea as the crow flies. It benefits therefore of two climatic moderators: the altitude, where arrive the sea breezes, and the sea itself, a great compensator of the temperature.
Inside the triangle among Piazza Almerina (known for his extraordinary and intact Roman villa), Caltagirone (famous for the ceramics) and Vittoria (famous for the only Sicilian Docg, Il Cerasuolo di Vittoria), the vineyards of Feudi del Pisciotto have 50% of the red vine king of the island, the Nero d'Avola, and 50% of international red vines like Cabernet, Merlot, etc, and two white vines, Semeillon and Gewuz Traminer, for an unusual Passito, that inevitably will be named Passito dei Feudi del Pisciotto.
Being part of the Pisciotto reserve, famous for its beauty, the abundance of cork-oaks and for many other species of vegetation, Feudi del Pisciotto is also an intact building since ages, as from the extraordinary millstone that is the wine cellar with the production method used by the old Romans.
A combination of history and high technology (in the new wine cellar) with the target of reaching the highest levels of the Sicilian high quality production. The old feud is destined to become a five star resort.
With the old vineyards, which will progressively be replaced, Feudi del Pisciotto already sells the basic line using the mark Baglio del Sole: Nero d'Avola, Inzolia and Inzolia Catarratto.
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