Spread over sixty thousand hectares, Cerignola is the city with the largest agro in Italy. It is here, between history and traditions, that agriculture becomes a passion.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, are perhaps a legacy of Spanish colonisation of the area. In April1503 when Consalvo from Cordova defeated the Spanish and the French and occupied the south until 1860. It was then that the cities ancient grain stores were build.
The territory is also has a rich heritage of winemaking families, combining traditions with modern technology to create a unique product. The Nectar of Cerignola.