The Dionysian walls surrounding Pupillo farm were built by King Dionysus between 402 A.C. and 397 A.C. They protected the ancient town of Siracusa joining at the Erurialo Castle. The soil below, rich in limestone and volcanic rocks, revealed to be extremely suitable for the new grape: Catarratto lucido. Straw concentrated yellow, the nose is fine with hints of orange blossom, golden apple and peach, slightly mineral. The taste is dry, savory and fresh.
Under the volcanic springs of Dionysian walls, sea breezes give a unique character to this catarratto.