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Tenuta delle Terre Nere

Tenuta delle Terre Nere owns vineyards in six crus – Calderara Sottana, San Lorenzo, Bocca d’Orzo, Santo Spirito, Guardiola, and Feudo di Mezzo.

Ever since its first vintage in 2002, it vinifies, ages, bottles and labels its crus accordingly. They were the first estate to believe in the importance of expressing the character of each cru in its purity. All of their properties are located on the northern slopes of Mount Etna, in the townships of Castiglione di Sicilia and Randazzo. More precisely, between 600 and 900 metres above sea level in the “belt” that extends from the village of Solicchiata to the town of Randazzo, the area traditionally recognized as the very finest of the entire appellation for Nerello Mascalese. 

Ten parcels lie in Calderara Sottana at an elevation of 600-700 metres. It is by far the rockiest cru in the appellation, the roughest parts you can’t see the soil for the black volcanic pumice carpeting the vineyards. One vineyard lies in Guardiola, between 800 and 900 metres altitude, on poor soil: volcanic sand mixed with basaltic pebbles and traces of ash. It is steeply sloped and tightly terraced, causing all vineyard work to be done manually. One more properties lie in Feudo di Mezzo. Very old vines, also terraced, traditional alberello plantings, very tightly spaced, also worked exclusively manually. Loose deep volcanic ash roughed up by a good measure of small volcanic pebbles. In Santo Spirito, we have three vineyards as well. Although adjacent to Guardiola, the soil is dramatically different: a rich deep volcanic ash so fine as to call to mind talcum powder were it not jet black. Besides estate owned vineyards, Terre Nere has long term leases on 1.5 hectares and buys grapes from small local vignerons who follow our organic procedures.