More than 3000 years ago, captured by the elegance, texture and taste of Sicilian wines, Aegean dealers sailed to Kamarina harbor in the south-east costs of Siciliy. Once arrived to cost of Gela-Kamarina, crossing Niscemi and Vittoria hills, they got to Caltagirone.
Here, dealers bought terracotta pots in which they poured the so much desired wine. Then some of them returned home immediately, others kept on travelling to Lentini and Catania and then re-started their sail back to home.
This path, that goes across the cities of Kamarina, Comiso, Vittoria, Acata, Caltagirone, Lentini and Catania , is the oldest never identified. “Tenuta Valle delle Ferle” is located exactly along this path.
For this reason, visiting the vinery can be a good opportunity to go through this path of which Caltagirone and Kamarina Museums still retain many findings like terracotta amphorae and cups for wine.
Through this path, not only you can taste and discover all local wines, but also you can be in contact with the nature, know the history and admire the beautiful landscape.