Along the hills that gently slope down towards a crystal clear sea and the ancient Greek colony of Selinunte, where for centuries olive groves have been cultivated, the organic farm “Case di Latomie" lies.
The Centonze family, owner of the estate since 1953, have always prioritised organic agricolture for the cultivation of olive trees.
The farm house is set within a place of great historical and scenic interest and covers a fully-fenced area of approximately 35 acres.
It is only cultivated with citrus and olive trees grown organically.
An enchanting scenery of centuries-old olive groves and lush citrus groves lies between the ancient "Latomie" (quarries where people from ancient Selinunte rounded up large blocks of tufa limestone for the construction of their city, traces of which are still visible after 2600 years) and the old "Conigliere" (ancient walls of dry stone fence) in a scenery of typical country paths where you can take long relaxing walks.
Sehr dicht und undurchsichtig, intensive grüne Farbe mit goldgelben Reflexen .
Würzig und herby , vollmundig und anhaltend.
Medium fruchtig, voll aufgerundet.
Gut ausgewogen mit angenehmer afetrtaste von Tomaten und Mandel