VIGNA SAKKARA, of 1.80 hectares, at an altitude of 345 mt a.s.l., it lays primarily upon a steep hillside stony and clayey area, intermixed with calcareous sandstone. It contains significant quantities of mineral microelements such as potassium, calcium and magnesium being available to vines. Planted exclusively with Nero d’Avola, vines are trained by Guyot system, with a density planting of 6.250 vines per hectare and a low yield production of approximately 1,10 Kg. per plant. Due to its soil characteristics, Sakkara is vocated to produce wines of great body, longevity with a complex Mediterranean bouquet and elegant persistence, such as Nero di Serramarrocco.