Sicily

Italy - Sicily

Much of Sicily lies at a more southerly latitude than Tunisia, and it is the hottest, driest region of Italy.

Sicily is Italy’s up and coming wine region producing interesting whites and sturdy reds often from grape varietals grown on the island and no-where else. The wine styles of are varied and more experimental wines are being made outside of the DOC regulations.

Whilst, along with Puglia, Sicily remains one of the ‘bulk wine’ growers and producers of Italy, since the 1980s it has emerged, for those who seek the wines out, of the most exciting regions in Europe, blessed with a combination of abundant sunshine, varied terroirs, good indigenous grapes and plenty of investment in technology,

 

 

Products from this region

  • #Bio Organic Grillo

    Sicily

    Grillo, a regional varietal, is sourced from organically-farmed vineyards in Sicily with clay and…

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  • #Bio Organic Primitivo

    Sicily

    #Bio grapes are from Organically-farmed vineyards in Salento, Sicily. The north-south facing vineyards are…

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  • Dea del Mare Catarratto / Pinot Grigio

    Sicily

    Catarratto is the major white grape of Sicily, making in second to Trebbiano as…

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  • Dea del Mare Pinot Grigio

    Sicily

    The warmer and sunnier Sicily gives a more rounded style of Pinot Grigio than…

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  • Miopasso Fiano

    Sicily

    Fiano is an aromatic and strongly flavoured grape from the south of Italy. It…

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  • Miopasso Nero d’Avola

    Sicily

    A robust Nero d'Avola: some of the grapes have been air dried bringing an…

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