Santa Lucia farm has a long history starting from the year 1628 with the oldest blueprint for the vineyard dating back to 1849. The current custodian, Roberto Perrone Capano, converted the farm to organic in 2009 and has been proudly certified organic since the 2016 harvest. Sustainability is practised throughout the vineyard from the natural approach in the vineyard to the solar panels on the cellar roof making the farm self-sufficient.
Dedicated to Nero di Troia, Santa Lucia's main objective is to produce wines with a strong varietal identity closely linked to the uniqueness of the soils, microclimate and vintage of production. Sant Lucia cultivates only native varietals to the Murgia - Nero di Troia, Bombino Nero and Fiano. The plants are grown with a large leaf cover in high-density single guyot method, about 5500 plants/ha. Yields range between 60 and 90 quintals/ha with a total of 60,000 bottles produced per annum. We have a very small allocation of these special Puglian wines so they will not last long.