We and our history

The farm “Terre sul Dirillo Società Agricola” was founded in 2011 by two young Hyblaean entrepreneurs who decided to work on two quality factors: the territory and the agricultural production. “Terre sul Dirillo” was created to give continuity to the family’s business tradition, which was started by the paternal great-great-grandfather Carmelo Ravalli who had bought, between 1934 and 1947, several lots of land, once ancient latifundia, owned by Prince Biscari (C.da Pirrera-Dirillo Agro di Acate) and Marquise Condorelli (C.da Ragoleti Agro di Licodia Eubea).

The previous company production focused on different types of products ranging from cattle breeding to the cultivation of vegetables in open field and annual crops. The location of these two important business cores was based on the transhumance of animals, who spent two seasons on different terrains, according to their climatic needs. These lands, in fact, are touched by the waters of the river Dirillo, once navigable. Along the river there were about 50Km of ancient “trazzere” (country roads) that were used at least twice a year to move the animals between the different company centers. In more recent times, cattle breeding was abandoned and the company was inherited by the daughters Lilly, Odetta and Maria. The company, in his new shape, was already focused on the production of table olives and olive oil and on the alternation of artichoke and wheat. Nowadays, neither the artichoke nor the wheat arecultivated. The main activity is the cultivation of olive trees alongside with the care of a fair orchard of apricots and plums.

Terre sul Dirillo,  is currently in organic production, owns almost 4.000 olive trees both centuries-old and newly planted.


To produce with the same dedication and passion of our grandfathers though looking towards the future and to seize the new opportunities offered by the most recent agricultural and agronomic techniques respecting  the traditions.


Bring on the tables a product that reminds of the flavors and traditions of the past.