It is the story of an ancient melody lost in time and that finds its great glory in a wine symbol of the liquid essence of the Sicilian territory. The melodious notes of the Ribeca, ancestor of the violin, seduce for the engaging sobriety of the Perricone fruit, preserving the enchanting personality of a variety which is not very widespread but rich in history, which only Firriato had the heroic vocation of replanting after decades of absence , in the Tenuta di Pianoro Cuddia. Perricone is the most difficult vine, with small berries and uncertain yields that vary depending on the vintage. The difficulty in adapting to the soil makes Pianoro Cuddia the only territory that manages to give Perricone a high quality level, resulting in a constant challenge for Firriato. The grapes of the autochthonous vine give to every sip a harmonious symphony of the palate, embellished by the sensuality of the small red fruits that allow the abandonment to an achronic contemplation of what has been and of what could still be.