Baglio del Cristo Brochure ENG

 

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Providence and Creation. Our challenge. The Bonetta Family

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Vested in the bright white that is the color of its origins, the root of every eventuality, every evolution, the primal purity, the sum total of every color, the chalk soil of Baglio del Cristo di Campobello.

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Within Baglio del Cristo di Campobello: Thirty hectares of vineyards planted in the soil of Agrigento, Sicily; ten vineyard sites uniting to form a single body, within the confines of a fifty-hectare estate located in Campobello di Licata. Deep soil, both calcareous and chalky, spread over hills that lie between 230 and 270 meters above sea level, just 8,000 meters from the coast. For the most part planted with a density of 5,000 vines per hectare, all reared from original stock planted in its mother-earth, all harvested by hand, using small crates. Spiritual morphology.

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Does it exist? The diverse peoples that set up a common home here weave a seamless mythological tapestry, merging their own lives with this older, simpler world that has transformed them according to the necessities of its imagination and the dictates of its heart. A practical spirit, which the people of Sicily display in their natural sentiment, or their religious instinct – the core of the human spirit. People that have both the need and the knowledge to adapt the time-frame of nature and myth to their own personal calendar, adjusting even Christian dogma to suit the idyllic passions that color their personal requirements. This fascinating and unfathomed theme that prevails in the Mediterranean world! The intimate character of a singular wine! “Sicilian-ness” exists. Cultivated and bottled at Baglio del Cristo di Campobello.

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