sicilian wine Tag

What better way to celebrate this national pride dish, than by suggesting the best pairings with our wines? This day, recognized worldwide, falls on January 17, not by chance. In fact, it coincides with the feast of Saint Anthony the Abbot, protector of bakers and pizza makers. Hard to find someone who doesn't love pizza all over the planet. Thanks to the thousand variations of dough, ingredients and cooking, it truly satisfies all palates. And for many it represents a real comfort food. Most pizza lovers still insist on pairing this tasty dish with beer. But it is definitely not the best match. Did you know? We explain why. Pizza and beer

Have you ever noticed how much variety of vines offers Sicily? We can choose among several native grapes, which give birth to as many styles of wines.At our home, or rather in our vineyard, the natives cannot be missing. We produce wines from the most important grape varieties, in many versions that can meet the taste of all palates. Today we want to tell you about three of our "Watercolors", wines to share from native vines such as Grillo, Catarratto and Nero d'Avola. Grillo - a Sicilian grape variety loved all over the world by now - is in full harmony with our hilly territory and is a mix of

When it comes to “bubbles”, you immediately think to Champagne; not only in France, but also Italy produces several style of sparkling wines to have fun with. Our winery didn’t give up on the the pleasure of sparkling win production, infact we have been made it for several years, giving value to our most important indigenous grape varieties, Catarratto.

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