Extraordinary and unique varieties making up the region’s wine-making panorama; either in a blend or as a single variety, they go a long way towards creating a fresh image of a Sicily that subverts your expectations.
Urra di mare
Sauvignon Blanc progeny of the sea breeze
The benign influence of the sea-breeze bequeaths a fresh wine with a subtle vegetal edge, an original flavour differing from the better-known Sauvignon produced in other regions.Discover more
All-embracing intensity of a structured and modern white
A combination of Fiano, a vine variety typical of southern Italy, and an enticing Chenin Blanc, originating in the Loire region in France.Discover more
Single-variety petit verdot, another side of Sicily
An innovative and (with regard to this region) unconventional grape, especially when produced from a single variety.Discover more
A memorable blend
The refined, smoky flavours of the Cabernet Franc encounter the resolute character of the Nero d’Avola.Discover more
A singular and winning marriage
A unique blend on the Sicilian wine-making scene.Discover more
The progress of other varieties was monitored in 5 experimental areas, subsequently followed by intense micro-vinification; over a period of time this resulted in the introduction of a range of new wines, some of which were unprecedented on the Sicilian scene.