An ancient legend tells the story of how a boisterous crow in the vineyards of Casteldaccia continuously disturbed the farmers as they toiled the land.
The crow could not be captured and the farmers sought the help of a local monk known for his gift to talk to animals. The crow demanded that his name and image be used as a symbol of quality and goodness in exchange for his silence. This is how the lands became known as Corvo- Crow, and why they are the birthplace of one of the most famous wines in the world. More
Sicily and Corvo are so closely intertwined that one cannot do without the other. Corvo is a name that has consolidated the reputation of high quality Sicilian wines in the world with all its evocative power which preserves every subtle emotion, feeling and taste of its land of origin