From remote times of over 2500 years the sunny hilly lands, overlooking the Valle
del Belìce and in view of the sea of Selinunte, fertile and abundant of springs from
the toponym Miccina, from the ancient Roman patrician family, have seen differ-
ent people alternate, all dedicated to agriculture and because the most varied
events, they left fragments of their lives around the fields.
Punic, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and Normans testify to their passage with
coins, buckles, nails and terracotta fragments that emerge with each plowing.
Eleonora D'Aragona, the infant portrayed by Lanzana, lady of a vast fiefdom
extended from Sciacca to Calatamauro, left on its lands ruins of millstones, oil
mills and a tower, the first nucleus of the Ciaccio farm.
The expansion is from the end of the 18th century.
The rest is today's story and the Domina Miccina Wines.