Salvo Foti’s Vigna Di Milo: Etna authenticity and fire (Il Sole 24 ore)

The latest among Salvo Foti’s many projects is a vineyard, half a hectare in size, at an altitude of 900 meters on Mount Etna’s eastern slope: Vigna di Milo. Here, Salvo has been growing ungrafted, bush-trained Carricante vines (that is, ungrafted onto American rootstock) for the past four years. He personally selected and propagated the vines in the course of many years’ vineyard management among the drystone walls that punctuate Mount Etna’s slopes.

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