The sisters Maria Francesca and Ludovica Di Martino inherited from their ancestors Masseria Schinosa, ancient estate established in 1647, now a reference point for the agricultural production of the region, characterised by olive trees as far as the eye can see, that are caressed by the wind of the sea.
We are in Apulia, in Trani, city known for the popular Romanesque cathedral of the Thirteenth Century overlooking the sea, and it is in this mild climate context that beyond 28.000 olive trees, nearly all century-old, are treated with meticulous attention and with the most advanced cultivation techniques in order to obtain flawless fruits.
The Olive Farm, which extends for 176 hectares in the municipality of Trani. Most of the olive groves, enrolled in the register of the Terra di Bari PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) – Castel del Monte subsection, were planted by the ancestors of the current administrators using a 10 x 10 planting plant. At these centennial plants of Coratina cultivar, kept in perfect vegetative state, in the last 10 years, 15 hectares of intensive olive groves of Peranzana, Nocellara, Bella di Spagna and Phicholine cultivars have been added.