As far back as it can be traced, the territory of Trapani , along with Marsala, Erice and Salemi, have always been renowned as a conglomeration of feudal domains particularly vocated to wine growing. Today, with its 66.000 hectares of vines, the same area is being counted as the largest Europe’s wine growing district. Nowdays, from the very same lands, Barone di Serramarrocco’s winesare being produced. Since 2001, Marco di Serramarrocco, on the grounds of his household tradition, and after a career as a broker at Lloyd’s of London, came back from England, in order to start a reorganization project of its land ownership. Based upon the renowned winegrowing terroir of the ancient barony, and in accordance with the law decree D.D.G. N° 3198 del 02-07-2013 issued by the Region of Sicily, the terroir of Serramarrocco is protected under the name “Vigna di Serramarrocco” as being the first Protected Designation of Origin Erice (PDO) and of the whole Province of Trapani. Serramarrocco, now being a winemaking estate, is composed of approximately 60 hectares, with 22 hectares of high density vineyards which have been replanted following to a microzonation study. Varieties, clones, rootstocks, density, were selected to match it with the complexity of terroir. Moreover, the cultivation regime and grape growing system have been applied with a view to obtaining a low yield production per vine in order to further enhance the very own varietal profiles of each grape.