Hospitality in Noto

We arrived at Noto in 1998, establishing our estate in the district which, not by coincidence, has always been known as ‘Buonivini’.  Here we rebuilt the Case Sparse, small rural houses where today you can stay in an authentic and ideal atmosphere, made comfortable by furnishings produced from recycled materials.  After visiting the ‘Invisible Winery’ and a wine tasting, lunch is available in the rooms of the old wine press or with a picnic in the shade of carob trees enjoying the typical products of the territory.


What you can do in Buonivini

Visits and tastings. The heart of hospitality at Buonivini is the old grape press in the centre of the vineyard, restored and recovered from original architecture and dating from the early 1900’s, where the tanks for grape pressing and fermentation of the must are still visible. We will expect you here after a visit to the vineyards and to the winery for a guided tasting of our wines, an aperitif, lunch and purchases in the wine shop.

Picnic under the carobs. After the wine tasting comes a total immersion in the unspoilt nature of our estate. A picnic in the shade of green carobs sampling the typical products of the territory; stuffed Modica flat bread, cherry tomatoes dried in the sun, tuna from the fishing village of Marzamemi. A totally unique and informal experience to enjoy as a couple, with your family or with friends.


Staying. The large vineyard of Buonivini is punctuated by Case Sparse, small rural houses which were scattered among the small properties which once divided the estate. They have been renovated, painted with the typical red of old country farm houses and furnished with the creations of the artist Costanza Algranti, made entirely from recycled materials found locally.

Planeta experience

  • Winery
  • Vineyard
  • Guided Tour
  • Wine Tasting
  • Wine Shop
  • Food
  • Nature
  • Picnic
  • Walks
  • Family
  • Pets
  • Historic Building
  • Rooms

Contact us


Contrada Buonivini 96017 Noto (SR)



Tel. +39 0925 1955460

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