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ASTONISHING ESTATE

The Pupillo estate is located near the Megara Hyblaea, one of the first Greek colonies in Sicily built along the Ionian Sea, where there are remnants of the Euryalus fortress dating back to the 5th century BC. The land stretches over 345 acres and the soil is rich in limestone and volcanic rocks.

Moscato, Catarratto, Nero d’Avola and Cabernet Sauvignon vines thrive in several plots, each with its own character. This green oasis descend toward the nearby coast, constantly caressed by the sea breeze and irrigated by clear waters of the ancient Val d’Anapo natural springs.

The Pupillo Farm was founded in 1909 on the ancient fief of Targia, a site rich of Greek, Roman, Arab and Norman remnants. This fertile soil has always produced tasty fruits and vegetables, becoming famous over the centuries for wines of great quality. Nino Pupillo has devoted more than twenty years of his life to preserve the vineyards of his ancestors.

His mission to cultivate and revitalize the indigenous moscato grape varietal is a labor of love that he has now passed on to his children. 110 years after acquiring this beautiful estate, Carmela and Sebastiano are leading the company with roots deeply set in the family tradition, yet trying to be innovative and sustainable.