Devotion and vocation.
The ancient outbuildings has been renovated and reorganised to house modern winemaking facilities.
By employing modern technology and ancient knowledge it recovers the elegance of its native vine: Nero d’Avola.
The Barone Sergio winery, in light of the vocation of its environment is naturally suited for the production of Doc Eloro Nero d’Avola.
A portion of the winery is devoted to a characteristic cultivar named Moscato di Noto and some plots to international wineyards.
Technology of nature.
The vines are planted in a single block, trained using an espalier system and pruned in spurred cordon.
The density of the plants, approximately of 4,000 rootstocks per hectare, yields an average of 50 q. per hectare of native vineyards.
Beside numbers and techniques there is the outstanding quality reached by Nero d’Avola grapes of the area.
The whole area of Barone Sergio winery consists approximately of 30 hectares of Nero d’Avola, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grillo, Moscat and Petit Verdot.