A Baglio Bonsignore estate in the countryside of Naro in the province of Agrigento in Sicily.
Baglio Bonsignore, a reality in which Debora and Luigi have expressed their skills together: she had been engaged for years in the family winery, he is a company manager. They, together, have a common project that cannot be disjoined from tradition and that looks forwards to the future. Moreover, this is a near future considering that their three children have always breathed the air of the vineyards, they know the earth and, above all, they are eyewitnesses to their parents’ hard work and sacrifice.
The property is located in contrada Giddio, near Naro, and measures, as a total, 13 hectares, 7 of which planted in Nero d’Avola and Syrah, about other 4 hectares planted in Grillo, while the rest will be planted in the coming years.
The vineyards are at an altitude between 350 and 450 meters above sea level. The estate presents a “baglio”, a old building containing the courtyard or courtyard. Its original structure dates back to the 18th century and is about 900 square meters in size. Another asset of the place is the lake, used for irrigation, that occupies about half a hectare.
The winery is located within the path of the Road of Wine and Flavors of the Valley of the Temples, in the area renowned for growing some of the best Nero d’Avola and Grillo in Sicily.