The Salvatore d’Amico wine is one of the oldest on the island of Salina and is a small family business operating in the Municipality of Leni. Over the years, the land cultivated in the vineyard has been gradually increasing from an initial hectare, from which the entire production of the family farm came, to three hectares. The planting of new vineyards has required a lot of effort due to the morphology of the land, which has made the construction of terraced plants particularly laborious by restoring old dry-stone walls, along which the caper plants grow wild. From the vineyards the company obtains four real oenological pearls: the Malvasia delle Lipari D.O.C, the Tenuta Ruvoli a Salina Rosso I.G.T., the Tenuta Valdichiesa a Salina Bianco I.G.T. and the Léne a Salina Bianco I.G.T., all fine wines, to be tasted directly in the farm, perhaps after visiting the characteristic winery and the vineyards from which they come.