Nine centuries ago between the Hills of the Madonie that surround the coast of Cefalù, carl Ruggero d'Altavilla built the Abbey of Santa Anastasia (in a Byzantin farmhouse that was called "Yspigro"). The microclimatie position of the lands (as a matter of faet, there are lands at an attitude of approximately 250 meters above sea level) yielded much esteemed grapes of which the monks derived a wine of a unique and sublime quality. This product was highly apprectated on the episcopal and baronial tables of the island and became a much sought after wine.
Straw yellow with greenish hues and delicate intensity, intense smell with slight aromatic memory, notes of peach and orange blossom. Fresh, balanced taste with slight memory of white melon and grapefruit, excellent aromatic aftertaste.
Great blend from native and non-native grapes, straw-yellow with greenish hues. Excellent clarity. On the nose it expresses intriguing and rich primary and secondary alternate aromas.The taste has full flavors and excellent pleasant freshness.