Vine & Wines

In Sicily with over 20.000 hectares of vineyards, Nero d'Avola is one of the most grown native grape variety of the Island. Its most suited territory is a strip of land on the extreme point of the south eastern Sicily, in the areas of Eloro, Pachino and Avola, quite close to the city of Siracusa. In the 19th century one of the most used synonymous for it was "Calabrese", a misspelling of the ancient Sicilian word "Calaravrisi", which means grape from Avola. From east to west, it is possible to taste different style of Nero d'Avola, each of them are typified by different aromas such as spices, violet, fragrant or ripe