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Sicily is the largest wine region in Italy and can enjoy a diversified production, ranging from very traditional marsalas to wines with a modern profile, using international grape varieties. The latter showed a good acclimatization of foreign varieties to the island, while the rediscovery of autochthonous plants reinforced the identity of Sicilian wines. Nero d'Avola has become a popular ingredient in red. However, Sicilian whites represent three-quarters of total production and include a whole production of sweet wines. In this category, there are expressions of type VDN, identified by their constituent, such as Moscato (Muscat of Alexandria) and Malvasia, as well as sweet wines from the same grapes and obtained from raisined grapes. They are then called passito, of which that of the island of Pantelleria is the most famous.

  • Etna Rosso

    Torres Acosta, Versante Nord Sicily 2018

    Jancis Robinson"5% Nerello Mascalese with 15% other local varieties. The grapes come from the Contrada Pietramarina in Verzella, Contrada Caprieri in Castoglione di Sicilia, Contrada Zucconero and Contrada Piano Daini in Solicchiata, Contrada...

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  • Etna Bianco

    Tornatore, Etna Bianco Sicily 2019

    92 points Wine Enthusiast"Delicate but alluring scents of yellow spring flower, white stone fruit and botanical herb waft out of the glass. Crisp and bone-dry, the elegant, linear palate has racy tension, offering Bartlett pear, Meyer lemon and a steely...

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  • Gulfi, NeroSanlore Nero d'Avola Sicilia 2013

    Gulfi, NeroSanlore Nero d'Avola Sicilia 2013

    93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"The 2013 Sicilia Nerosanloré is a rich and plush red wine with a mid-weight approach backed by lots of rich fiber and fruity thickness. The house style at Gulfi always prizes ripeness and higher-than-average...

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  • Etna Rosso

    Pietradolce, Santo Spirito Etna Rosso 2016

    95 points Falstaff"Shiny, lightening ruby ​​garnet. Opened with spicy notes of cedar, flint and thyme, then a lot of cherry. Round and smooth on the palate, fills the mouth full, fine-meshed, present tannin, fine salty components, juicy and...

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  • Etna Pinot Noir

    Gulfi, Pinò 2013

    Jancis Robinson"Pinot Noir planted in that part of their Etna vineyard that is higher than 700 m and hence outside of the Etna denomination.Mid ruby. Backward yet with depth to it. With aeration, pure raspberry fruit and hints of tomato leaf. Some new...

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  • Insolia Sicily

    Cusumano, Insolia Sicily 2018

    91 points James Suckling"Light white flowers, citrus and spices. Medium to full body, bright acidity and a fruity, crunchy finish. Drink now." Vinous Reverie NotesCusumano Winery is spearheaded by two brothers whose value of artistic excellence and...

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  • Etna Rosso

    Tascante, Contrada Rampante Etna Rosso 2016

    96 points Wine Enthusiast"Intense and linear, this vibrant red has intriguing aromas of wild red berry, violet, dark spice, crushed stone and eucalyptus. On the lithe, racy palate, polished tannins and lively acidity frame crunchy red cherry, strawberry...

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    Tenuta di Castellaro, Pomice Bianco Sicilia 2017

    92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"The 2017 Bianco Pomice is a delightful white wine with an extremely graceful and fast-footed bouquet. You get lots of little detail here with white fruit, citrus, crushed stone and powdered oyster shell. The wine...

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  • Nero d'Avola

    Cusumano, Nero d'Avola 2019

    91 points James Suckling"Lots of fruity, dark-cherry aromas and flavors with undertones of lemon peel and zest. It’s medium-bodied with firm tannins and a lightly chewy texture at the finish. Drink now." Vinous Reverie NotesCusumano Winery is...

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  • Planeta, Santa Cecilia Noto DOC 2015

    Planeta, Santa Cecilia Noto DOC 2015

    94+ points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"This is one of Sicily's iconic red wines. The 2015 Noto Santa Cecilia shows a new change of clothes with this vintage. I was immediately struck by the direct and chiseled quality of the bouquet that makes a break...

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