Salvatore D'Amico

Salvatore D'Amico

The Salvatore D'Amico Farm is located in Leni on the island of Salina. It is one of the oldest farms since it was founded at the beginning of the twentieth century by Salvatore's grandfather who made the first winery in Valdichiesa. In the 1970s, her daughter Nunzia and her husband, Raffaele D'Amico, restored the cellar in an old house, but especially in those years Nunzia's son, Salvatore D'Amico, took over the company's roots and Based on old manuscripts produced in 1976 by a Malvasia delle Lipari of the highest level. Today, the hectares of vineyards are four all farmed on volcanic soils. It can be said of heroic viticulture given the morphology of the soil of Salina which made it necessary to carry out plantations on the terrace with the restoration of the old dry walls, along which the capers grow. The vineyards have an average age of forty years and are cultivated in Malvasia, Catarratto, Inzolia, Nerello Cappuccio, Nerello Mascalese and Cortinto Nero. The wines of Salvatore D'Amico are oenological pearls, unique selections that faithfully mirror the terroir from They come from

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