The Story of Cerasa
The domain of Cerasa, Once 500 Ha was mainly destined to grain and livestock, the vines were only grown for making a domestic wine. During the first world war, in response to pressures and thievery due to the black market, my great grandfather started the transition to winemaking by building a winery that unfortunately got destroyed in the great Belice earthquake in 1968.
Since I was a child my grandmothers stories had always nurtured a wish in me to return making wine in Cerasa
In biodynamics the farmer must have
an artistic approach, the ability to feel what is really necessary for the vines
Biodynamics for me is the only practice that lets you look after and enhance the four elements contributing in making a wine unique. Soil - Heat - Water - Light with conscious involvement adding the fifth, the work of the winemaker.