The “muscatedda” is the local name of the first vineyard that you harvest in these areas; “prima vigna muscatedda” comes from the only native white grape variety of the territory of Val di Noto, the Moscato di Noto. An aromatic grape used for the production of natural sweet wines, wine of semi dried grapes and fortified wines, that we wanted to render in a dry version.
From a vineyard exposed to the West, at 65 meters above sea level, cultivated on white-calcareous soil that reflects light and gives saltiness to the wine. The white Muscat of Val di Noto, cultivated on these soils produces vines with a low yield, and wines with delicate aromas, typical of the “Mediterranean scrub”. The ripe grapes are vinified in steel tanks with the skins for about fifteen days. It matures in steel tanks until the following spring with continuous Bâtonnage, carried out according to the moon phases.

Muscatedda is our most territorial white wine, and for this reason we wanted to depict the hill where the vineyard is located on the label, with the typical borders of dry stone walls together with a cypress, olive and carob trees, the only evergreen trees of our territory. A symbol of hope and continuity over time.


Val di Noto, Buonivini district

White Moscato.

Clayey alluvial limestone with fine and fine texture.

muscatedda, fondo alla palma, fondo

Training system
Spurred cordon ; ‘alberello Pachinese impupato’/ free standing bush.

Altitude above sea level
44 mt; 65 mt

West; North/West.

Yield per hectare
 50 qli/ha – 32hl/ha

Biodynamics, with no use of herbicides, no treatments and / or chemical and / or synthetic fertilizers; pesticide treatments are limited to low doses of mine sulfur; fertilizations is limited to biodynamic preparations, shredded pruning and green manure of grasses and legumes.

Spontaneous fermentation in steel tanks  with the skins.

In steel.