Abbazia Santa Anastasia covers 400 hectares in the territory of Castelbuono, in the Madonie Park, on hilly terrain at an altitude of between 200 and 500 meters above sea level, swept by the breeze of the Mediterranean Sea and just a few kilometres away from Cefalù (Palermo).
Abbazia Santa Anastasia can boast a wine-producing legacy dating as far back as the twelfth century. It is a legacy handed down by the Benedictine monks. Its mark is present in every stone, plant grape: a tradition that is rooted in the respect for the earth and in the creation of an ecosystem that expresses its identity in every bottle of wine.
Abbazia Santa Anastasia cultivates 65 hectares with local and international grape varieties to produce organic and biodynamic wines to exalt the natural organoleptic properties of the grapes and wines. All the varieties are processed and aged in the cellar which is equipped with technologies that respect the ecosystem. The wines are aged in steel vitrified cement or wood.
The cellar is a blend of modernity and tradition: barriques and large French oak barrels for ageing the wines, as well as vitrified cement and steel vats for processing and maturing the grapes during the transformation process. The premises have controlled temperature and are well insulated thanks to the use of special building materials: wood wool and magnesite. Cutting-edge instruments and machinery are combined with traditional methods to exalt nature, without ever altering the essence: telling about the land and exalting its values naturally.