The vineyards unfold for 35 hectares on the limestone-rich, chalky hills set between Campobello di Licata and the sea, an area with an ideal pedoclimate for the production of quality grapes, as the Bonettas, a family with deep wine-growing roots, know well. The business was formalized in 2000, with the construction of a cellar in their historic baglio (an enclosed Sicilian farmstead), named after a crucifix that rises among the vineyards an object of veneration among the locals. Two Extra Brut Metodo Classicos have recently been added to their range, along with a grillo white and a Nero d'Avola rosé. The Luserà '20, from syrah grapes, proves vibrant and multifaceted on the nose, with fruity notes adorned by elegant balsamic and spicy nuances; in the mouth it's firm, pleasantly juicy and persistent. The C'D'C 'Rosso '21, a blend of nero d'avola and non-native varieties, is just as well crafted, revealing a focused character where highly delicate marine sensations meet Mediterranean scrub; on the palate it's fresh, rounded and gratifying in its fruit.