Manfredi Franco, from Marsala, a young lawyer in Milan with jurisprudence studies in Rome, is not new to the world of wine, in fact, he grew up among rows of vineyards and the scent of cellars. His return to the world of wine is marked by a path that sees him as an attentive observer of everything related to food and beverage. He begins to frequent the best restaurants and in 2020 he is awarded as "Best Customer of the Year" by the L'Espresso Guide. In the meantime he participates in wine fairs, meets a winemaker, reads magazines and books on wine until he meets Vincenzo Argileri of ViteadOvest, and his dream of making wine becomes reality. Back in Marsala, he rents one hectare of an old vineyard planted in Nocera, Corinto, Nerello Mascalese, Nero d'Avola, Zibibbo, Grillo and Catarratto. In the cellar, following the crushing-destemming of the grapes, the fermentation process takes place with only indigenous yeasts with more or less long macerations while the refinements take place in steel. The wines produced reflect his idea of producing natural, territorial, fresh, elegant and mineral wines. Only 1200 bottles produced even though Manfredi is looking for other vines that are naturally grown.