The Camarda company was founded in the early 1960s in Passopisciaro, a hamlet of Castiglione di Sicilia in the Feudo di Mezzo and Porcaria districts, located between the Etna Volcano and the Alcantara Valley at the foot of the Nebrodi Mountains.
The vineyards located on dry stone wall terraces at 650 meters above sea level, are ungrafted with sapling and partly with espalier.
The vine is of the Nerello Mascalese genus with rare plants of Cappuccio, cultivated according to the ancient tradition handed down from father to son, that is, using only sulfur and copper sulphate, carrying out manually according to the ancient use: pruning, working the land, binding and harvesting.
The result of processing the fruit of passion and dedication is an excellent product whose fermentation takes place spontaneously with "indigenous yeasts", up to refinement which takes place in used oak barrels.
The product called "Camarda" is a riot of tastes that comes from the embrace of Etna with Alcantara and from the ancient peasant effort