This company in Sambuca has received commercial and technological know-how from its parent company Mezzacorona, in the Trentino region. Aside from that, Feudo Arancio is entirely Sicilian. It is Sicilian in the steady growth of the vineyards planted with native grapes, in the single variety labels of the territory, in its workforce, and in the spaces that reach as far as the eye can see around the winery. There are 280 hectares, about forty of which are olive groves and citrus orchards. The plantations were born with the company and therefore are fifteen years old. It is an investment characterized by sustainability and energy saving. Without professing itself to be organic or biodynamic, Feudo Arancio was the first winery in Sicily to use a green cover in the vineyards consisting of a mixture of legumes and grasses that release organic matter into the soil in a natural way, and that fight soil erosion. Then there is the photovoltaic plant that has made the company almost entirely autonomous from an energy point of view, and the reservoirs within the estate, that collect rainwater for agricultural work. Left over water is pumped back into the artificial lakes. Nearly four million bottles bearing the names of Grillo, Nero d’Avola, Inzolia are sold in 55 countries worldwide. Last but not least, in China, where, thanks to the presence of a resident export manager, the company’s sales have gone from zero to several tens of thousands of bottles in just a few months. Because even if the roots are firmly planted in Sambuca, you have to look very far away.