Vigne di Luna

The harvest night.

 

Between the IV and V century b.C., the city of Anthilla was founded by a people from an uncertain origin named Elmi, in the province of Palermo. In these hills was born the art of grapevine cultivation and the practice of the night-harvest.

This tradition lasted until today, making the wine and original and unique product, whose character is reflected In his wide bouquet and full bodied structure. The Messium Noctur is a multi-sensorial experience, enchanting and unique in its kind.

 

 

Sicily, land of sea and sun as well as of ancient traditions and culture, is the largest of the Italian islands. It enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate and a rich terroir, these are the essential characteristics for vine cultivation, which find here its highest expression in various form.

The presence of Etna volcano heavily influences the soil making it clay. This type of soil itself is an influence on the wine production. The wine with their intense color and enchanting scent, fully reflect these characteristics and can be considered good wine for ageing.