There is only one word to describe Sicily’s wine scene and that is exciting. This is a passionate and ancient winemaking region, famous for deep, dark reds and refreshing whites that often offer incredible value. Aside from the easy-going wines, Sicily is also a hotbed for organic, biodynamic and natural wines. Thanks to its warm, dry climate organic winemakers face less of a challenge than in many other areas of the world.

When it comes to grape varieties, there are a number to watch out for. Nero D’Avola is the most famous red variety with its dark-fruit and wild herb flavours. On the whites, Catarratto is a surprisingly interesting variety that is full of green fruit and citrus flavours. Catarratto also makes exceptional orange wines.

Others to spot are the refreshing white Grillo grape and the Nerello Mascalese. The last of which is grown on the slopes of Mount Etna and is often called Sicily’s Nebbiolo, thanks to its smoky flavour and tannic structure.

Winemakers in Sicily

Emilio Sciacca Via S. Giuseppe, 95015 Linguaglossa CT, Italy See more info
Azienda Agricola Ancestrale Via Provinciale, 47 98050 Malfa ME, Italy See more info
Caravaglio Via Provinciale, 33, 98050 Malfa ME, Italy See more info
Bosco Falconeria c.da Bosco Falconeria, 90047 Partinico - Palermo, Italy See more info

Wines in the Sicily

Filters List
  • Price range
  • Wine Type Orange Red Rosé White
  • Style Complex Floral Fresh and fruity Funky Grassy
  • Country Italy
  • Region Sicily Tuscany
  • Winemaker Ancestrale Bosco Falconeria Caravaglio Emilio Sciacca
  • Philosophy Low Intervention Natural
  • Specials Amphora Autochthonous varieties Rarity Volcanic terroirs
  • Soil Type Limestone
  • Grape Variety Carricante Cataratto Corinto Nero Grecanico Dorato Malvasia Malvasia di Lipari Nerello Cappuccio Nerello Mascalese Nero d'Avola
  • Vintage 2018 2019 2020 2021
  • Sweetness Dry
  • Alcohol 11% 12% 12.5% 13% 13.5% 14% 14.5%
  • Serving Temperature 10-12°C 12-14°C 14-16°C 16-18°C 8-10°C
  • Bottle size 0.75 l
  • Allergens Contains Sulphites
  • Organic certificate Bio EU

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