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Atina is a cabernet wine which can include up to a maximum of 15% other non-aromatic red grapes. The “Atina” wines are produced in the Comino Valley and the surrounding hills.

The cultivation of grapes in the Comino Valley is documented over the centuries and the first records date back to the Georgici Latini. In monasteries in the area, particularly in those of the Benedictines, are preserved agricultural contracts regarding the vineyards of medieval times.