For centuries, lava eruptions have followed one another from the eye of the great volcano, contributing to the identification of a unique territory. From the terraces built on its slopes up to hundreds of metres above sea level, a wine of great distinction is produced: Etna Rosso. It is made from native red vines, Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio, cultivated using the alberello system on volcanic soil. A terroir of rare beauty, which, combined with the expertise of modern producers, has made it possible to raise this type of wine to the top level of the great Italian reds. Despite its ancient origins, its success is recent and growing. Very often aged in barrels, it is distinguished by its warm and robust profile, typical and intense, like the great volcano from which it springs.