The emphasis is on the white color of the origins, the state of all possible things, the becoming the original purity, the totality of colors, the chalky soil of Cristo di Campobello.

Thirty-five hectares owned and thirty hectares in leased land of vineyards planted in the soil of Agrigento, Sicily, a single body of ten micro-areas, a merged property of fifty hectares in Campobello di Licata. Deep soil, mixed calcareous and chalky, hilly terrain, between 250 and 400 metres above sea level and 8.000 metres from the coast.

5,000 plants for hectare, all primigial patriarchal of their mother-land,
all hand-harvested, in small boxes.