The landscape is the archaic one of Mount Etna. Piano dei Daini's properties lay upon the slopes of Solicchiata and Passopisciaro hamlets, at a altitude of 700 meters a.s.l., on a vineyard surface of about 8 hectares. Among these, about 3 hectares are cultivated with the traditional bush method, with more than 120 years old, ungrafted and pre-phylloxera vines.
The first signs of the estate's history are found in the documents of Abate Coniglio of Castiglione, who described it, in 1669, as an area of vineyards and palms. The recovery of the property started in 2010, thanks to the work of Sofia and Concetto Bosco, who made it the place of their passion and art: revival of traditions and respect for the environment, for the production of local wines of the highest quality.