Vine and Wine

A rich heritage of excellent wines.

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Great variety, outstanding quality. This region offers a remarkable variety of grape varieties, producing a range of excellent wines.

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!

Erice DOC

Erice

Bianco d’Alcamo

The white that pairs with the blue of the sea.

Marsala wine

Marsala

Our DOCs

The big names and those to be discovered.

Calabrese - Nero D’Avola

Known and appreciated around the world

Frappato

Scented like a bouquet.

Nerello Mascalese

A force that goes from East to West

Damaschino

A name, a history.

Zibibbo

A myth that has become a World Heritage Site

Grecanico

Ancient history with a look to the future.

Grillo

Wine cellar with sea view.

Erice DOC

Erice
Erice DOC was born in an area with a very ancient winemaking vocation, the functional elements of the bagli, from the millstone - where the grapes were pressed - to the press to the cellar, are archit...

Moscati di Pantelleria

Pantelleria
Perfect for rounding off a dinner with friends or to accompany a dessert, Moscati di Pantelleria wines encapsulate the wild essence of the sun-drenched and fascinating island of Pantelleria. Moscat...

Bianco d’Alcamo

The white that pairs with the blue of the sea.
A harmonious composition characterises the formula of the excellent Bianco d’Alcamo, which is primarily made from a skilful blend of Catarratto grapes or other Sicilian white grape varieties. This ...

Marsala wine

Marsala
It has a fascinating and ancient history, akin to the attraction that the great and gifted British merchants felt for these lands. This famous fortified wine, a fine distillate to be savoured slowl...

Our DOCs

The big names and those to be discovered.
The varied territory and diverse grape varieties give rise to wines that are known the world over and wines to be discovered. In the west of Sicily, many wineries are experimenting with cultivation...

Calabrese - Nero D’Avola

Known and appreciated around the world
A Sicilian native grape variety par excellence, the Calabrese or Nero d’Avola has its roots in the Syracuse area. Its organoleptic characteristics vary in relation to the terroir in which it develops....

Frappato

Scented like a bouquet.
Its name means “fruity”. This variety may have Iberian origins, but it has a very Sicilian tradition, with its heart in the eastern latitudes of the island. Tenacious and robust, this late-ripening vi...

Nerello Mascalese

A force that goes from East to West
This ancient red grape variety, native to Sicily, has roots in the eastern part of the island, but is increasingly being cultivated in the vineyards on the sandy soils of the west. Its light red-co...

Damaschino

A name, a history.
The name of this ancient, traditional grape variety encapsulates the multicultural nature of the west of Sicily. This grape variety is believed to have arrived in Sicily during the Arab domination, an...

Zibibbo

A myth that has become a World Heritage Site
A variety with an oriental scent, whose name derives from the Arabic word “zabib” (sultana, raisin), and which is also known as Moscato di Alessandria, Moscato di Pantelleria and Moscatellone. This...

Grecanico

Ancient history with a look to the future.
Ancient roots: this is one of the main characteristics of this noble grape variety, which is widespread in the Trapani area. In the countryside of this area, it is not unusual to find its sunny grape...

Grillo

Wine cellar with sea view.
In the west of Sicily, this vine is caressed by the sea breeze, as it is grown even in the lagoon habitat of the salt pans. Grillo is a grape variety with different “souls” and facets, with a fruit c...

Zibibbo

A myth that has become a World Heritage Site

Grecanico

Ancient history with a look to the future.
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