Kheirè is a word of Greek origin which means "Welcome". It is a tribute by Gorghi Tondi to the thousand-year-old history of Sicily and to the time when the island was an integral part of the glorious Magna Graecia. Kheirè is a white wine from Grillo grapes, an ideal witness of a past with Greek origins also for the proverbial Sicilian hospitality, being the island a crossroads of great peoples and different cultures.
Midor is the "family wine", whose name comes from the union of Michele Sala and Doretta Tumbarello, parents of Annamaria and Clara. Tasty and floral, fragrant and fresh, this pure Catarratto fully expresses the characteristics of one of the iconic grapes of Sicily. Its scents are reminiscent of the sea and the wind, the story of a whole land enclosed in the brightness of a single glass.
Coste a Preola is the name chosen to pay tribute to Sicily and its biodiversity: this is the name of the vineyards' area, located in this western part of the island, close to the Mediterranean Sea and to the WWF Nature Reserve Lake Preola and Gorghi Tondi.The hints of Coste a Preola Nero d'Avola are an emblem of the beauty of a unique territory suited to quality viticulture for millennia.