Every day there is a surprise and what a surprise! We travel through the hills between Sambuca and Contessa Entellina to arrive at the Cantina Domina Miccina. I must confess that before setting out on the road, I did some research on the Internet. The web informs us about the ancient and noble origins of this place. Along the way, I imagine an appointment with a representative of the Ciaccio family, who were the owners of the feudal estate at the end of the XVIII century. I’m prepared to listen to some blah blah by an someone who’s proud of his aristocratic pedigree, and instead, it’s the opposite. I meet Danilo Ciaccio, tender and genuinely affectionate with his (and our) friends: ducks, hens, cats and dogs and an adorable little donkey, all of whom are happy and run around freely. I feel as though I’m on a film set: the ancient Sicilian farm house lies on a hill surround by vineyards. The landscape stretches in a harmonious manner as far as the horizon. Danilo tells me about his passion for this land, of his experience as a wine producer, of his keen interest for organic wines. He underlines the importance of tradition and respect for nature. His noble lineage is evident in his words, in his acts and in his accomplishments. Domina Miccina produces four lines of wines with native grapes, including a white wine like Grillo and a red like Nero D’Avola, as well as a sparkling wine. The nobleness of wines depends on the endless commitment of people like Danilo Ciaccio.