our mission statement
Through our wines, we would like to tell you about the incredible meeting of cultures in Sicily.
We produce exclusively authentic Sicilian wines, which are rigorously organic.
We would like to take you on a journey to discover the places, the wines and the culture of Vittoria. Through our work, we would like to share with you our love for this incredible island. Our enquiring approach has led us to rediscover ancient, traditional grape varieties and production techniques, which we combine with our innovative winemaking practices.
At Santa Tresa we simply want to be excellent.
Santa Tresa really is a gem, with the winning combination of microclimate, biodiversity and culture.
Our work is not limited simply to following the rules laid down for organic cultivation, it has become our philosophy, our raison d’être and our way of life. The results speak for themselves.
At Santa Tresa, organic cultivation is not just a way of respecting nature, but a way of living. We are responsible for a unique legacy: the biodiversity of Vittoria.
why Santa Tresa
To choose Santa Tresa, means choosing respect, authenticity and curiosity.
Our wines are of a high-quality level and are rigorously organic.
You will have the certainty of a product that not only respects and promotes its terroir, but has a generous nature, with the most fantastic fruit.
Santa Tresa has the seeds of discovery present in its DNA. You will become familiar with little-known grape varieties, which combined with traditional and modern production methods and our innate predisposition for experimentation, make our wines truly unique.
Cerasuolo di Vittoria
Cerasuolo di Vittoria is the wine which made us fall in love with this land.
Genuinely a special wine, and Sicily’s only DOCG, Cerasuolo di Vittoria has been a shining light at Santa Tresa since 1950.
In fact, Cerasuolo di Vittoria was first bottled under the Santa Tresa label by a local nobleman, Cavalier di Matteo, in 1950. This is testament to how Santa Tresa was key to the emergence of one of Italy’s finest wines.
The yield is very low and strictly controlled at about 6,933 bottles per hectare.