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Azienda Agricola Bellafiore


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Bellafiore Azienda Agricola in Santa Ninfa boasts an area of 33 hectares and is located in the cultivation area of Nocellara del Belice, where there is a variety of autochthonous olive trees typical of this valley in western Sicily, between Santa Ninfa and Campobello of Mazara, in Trapanese. For generations we are dedicated to the cultivation of olive groves and vineyards and after many years we have been able to close the processing chain through the transformation and marketing of the product. In 2004, we were enlarged by purchasing Baglio di Racasale.

Azienda Agricola Bellafiore Santa Ninfa



Baglio, organized around a central court, was the place where the working life of landowners, peasants and animals dedicated to the cultivation of land and the production of oil, wine and cereals was concentrated. In these territories, mainly limestone, the olive groves are cultivated in full respect of the environment and through a clever technique of pruning to create wide openings so that the olives are always exposed to the light and caressed by the breeze of the sea that climbs to the hills.

Liigia Oil


Liigia is an extra virgin olive oil of excellent quality. Casale di Liigia, an Arabian settlement where were presents much of the olive groves. Harvesting takes place entirely by hand in the last ten days of October and the first week of November to better store fruity notes and the percentage of acidity on average within 0.2. The obtained oil is a perfect balance between bitter and spicy, rich in fruity medium scents, with tonal and almond tones of intense green color with golden reflections and high organoleptic qualities.



Our company has specialized in the wine sector for generations. For years we have devoted ourselves to the cultivation of the vine, about 12 hectares of land planted with native vines such as 'Cataratto', 'Grenanico', 'Nero d'Avola and Syrah', a varied production of very high quality both for white and the red wines, a great choice to accompany every dish on your table.
At present grape is partially maintained to the cellar and partly sold to winegrowers.