In the 1950s, Giuseppe Vaccaro, knowing the potential of his territory, began producing wines from Catarratto and Nerello Mascalese grapes, grown on his own estate. Thanks to the success obtained, he decides to buy a block of flats and land in the Macellarotto district. So Giuseppe, with the help of his son Calogero, undertook the cultivation of Catarratto, Grillo, Syrah and Nero d'Avola, strictly under organic farming. In 2010, driven by the interest of Calogero's young son, also Giuseppe, the Vaccaro family decided to invest in the construction of a small winery, Case Alte, and in the production of wines that express their love for their land and for their vineyards with particular attention to the themes of sustainability and organic agriculture. Currently the winemaking project involves the development of the entire production chain in the Macellarotto district and with the aim of maintaining a small size, on a human scale, which ensures meticulous control of all stages of the production process, from the vineyard to the 'bottling.