Sicily is Italy’s southernmost region and the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of Europe’s oldest viticulture regions and has the advantages of fertile soil, relatively high humidity and long cloudless summers, all of which makes Sicilian wines remarkably impressive. Some of the most renowned wines are: Marsala, Zibibbo, Nero d’Avola, Grappa, Moscato and Passito. The key grape varieties used in Sicilian viticulture are a combination of ‘native’ varieties (those historically cultivated on the island) and newer, more fashionable imports.
If you are new to Sicilian wines can we suggest the “Segreta” range. The white evolves notes of peach, papaya and melon making it perfect for salads and pasta dishes. In the red you will discover sensations of ripe, wild fruits – perfect to drink on its own or with food.