In this great island of ancient winemaking traditions, the west of Sicily keeps its seductive promises, allowing you to sip glasses of interesting wines with an intriguing taste, but with an eye to tradition and excellence.
Indeed, in recent years, Sicilian wine has seen an increase in the number of its admirers, along with some outstanding producers and labels of excellence. The production, which includes both black and white grape varieties, is extremely abundant. However, in the west of Sicily, traditional grape varieties persist, both for white grapes (Catarratto, Grillo, Grecanico, Zibibbo and Damaschino) and for black grapes (Nerello Mascalese, Frappato and Calabrese): the whole territory and its history in a glass!
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The white that pairs with the blue of the sea.
The big names and those to be discovered.
Known and appreciated around the world
Scented like a bouquet.
A force that goes from East to West
A name, a history.
A myth that has become a World Heritage Site
Ancient history with a look to the future.
Wine cellar with sea view.
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