Historic winemakers who have been cultivating vineyards and producing grapes since ancient times!
Sancarraro is the nickname -“ngiuria“- given to the family Anselmi and its descendants since the 1800s, as it is said that the ancestors of the Anselmi they used to go to the town of piano San Carlo, located in the municipality of Mazara del Vallo, near the current nature reserve of Lake Preola and Gorghi Tondi, to cultivate their own vineyards.
The Anselmi family, which has been cultivating vineyards for generations, produces quality grapes. Among the cultivated varieties, Grillo, a native vine, which in the area of Triglia, near the sea, has particular perfumes and aromas derived from the salinity and residues of Posidonia algae, which the wind distributes in the neighboring lands, deserves a particular mention.
The idea of promoting the marketing of our wines was born from the love for our land and for our food and wine products, which we have decided to offer in three different product lines that recall:
The small family business and other realities in the area of Marsala, Petrosino andMazara del Vallo area have set up wine cooperatives since the 1960s which are among the largest in the world for the quantity of grapes supplied. The municipality of Petrosino, where some of these wine cooperatives reside, is ONE of the richest municipalities of vines in the world.
Made with our territory in mind, it is our line of wines made exclusively from native vines and are intended for daily use with an excellent quality-price ratio.
The Mare Magno line recalls the greatness of the sea, which has always been the engine of the Mazara del Vallo economy and neighboring municipalities. It consists of wines produced with the so-called international Sicilian varieties.
La linea Orion ha vini con aromi e profumi indescrivibili prodotti con vitigni autoctoni e con un vitigno dalle controverse origini, il Syrah. Fascinating wines, like the constellation from which they take their name, for which it is difficult to find words to describe them: they must be tasted!