The Italian way of life is a well-known concept throughout the world. A cultural brand consisting of many things: landscape, artistic heritage, climate, fashion, design and, of course, food and wine. Therefore, UNESCO has given our country another honour: the agricultural practice of the grapevine sapling of Pantelleria has become a World Heritage Site.
An agricultural pactice that represents a unique example of cultivation of wine, handed down from generation in the Pantelleria community. The pantesco tree is low and sheltered by a basin of land created to allow the production of grapes and the life of the plant itself in adverse weather conditions.