The Harmonium is the successful synthesis between the power of Nero d'Avola and the Firriato style. The goal was to create a "cru cru" that offered all the expressions of the richness of such an eclectic vine. After 15 years of analysis and micro-vinifications, Firriato identified, in the 165 hectares of Borgo Guarini, the three different cru of the Ferla, of the Hare and of the Woodcock, to breed vines obtained from three different Nero d'Avola clones. The complexity of the pedoclimatic conditions allowed to highlight the different organoleptic characteristics of the three Single Vineyard. The Harmonium grapes are harvested in different harvest periods because they have different maturations and are vinified separately to join in a blend that made the history of this identity label.