“Le Sicilie sono tante, non finirò di contarle. Vi è la Sicilia verde del carrubbo, quella bianca delle saline, quella gialla dello zolfo, quella bionda del miele. Qui tutto è mischiato, cangiante, come nel più composito dei continenti”.
Gesualdo Bufalino, “L'isola plurale”, tratto dalla raccolta Cere perse
Gesualdo Bufalino, “L'isola plurale”
A project that has its roots in a traditional viticulture that looks to the future and projects it on international markets of quality wines. A common vision where the new generations carry out an oenological design that focuses on the innovation and valorization of the territorial characteristics.
In the late 70’s, the Sicilian wine has been able to identify an important journey of rebirth. The starting point shared by many was in the land and in the vineyard, in the arms of those who cultivated it, in the family, from one generation to the other. However, an agent of change and perspective was given from a new awareness of the value of the wine in Sicily, and the chance of being able to rely on one’s identity and production capabilities, choosing the innovation, the organic and the sustainability.
A reality on the move
A reality on the move
A vision that found new life and new impetus in the generational shift of the ‘90s, making Colomba Bianca a solid and collective leader in a cohesive management team, fully committed in defining its own production and organizational model, focused on research in viticulture and enology. Colomba Bianca is in fact a member of that movement that take this challenge, by demolishing some logics of the past while aiming at the quality of the wines, at the productive peculiarities as well as the enhancement of the territorial diversity.
Good practices allowed Colomba Bianca to become one of the most interesting reality in the wine-making scene of the island. A process that, so far, has achieved the level of maturity in terms of entrepreneurship necessary to face the most important and competitive markets, both national and international, with a production specialization that focuses mainly on organic wines. A reality on the move, open to the world, with solid roots in the land and in the communities.