Wines from Sicily
The largest island in the Mediterranean offers, given its vast territorial heterogeneity, a very rich and varied production of Sicilian wines, today in extraordinary development. Alongside the most representative indigenous grape varieties such as Nero d'Avola, Frappato, Nerello and Perricone for red wines and Grillo, Catarratto, Carricante and Zibibbo for white wines, international varieties such as Syrah are also cultivated with great success. On the strength of a thousand-year-old, hybrid tradition that has benefited from multicultural techniques and influences, the producers are demonstrating exceptional vitality. In addition to the more established names, such as Marsala in western Sicily, Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOCG in the Ragusa area, Etna DOC on the steep slopes of the volcano and Passito di Pantelleria, the growing appreciation of all the typical and characteristic features of the island has made Sicily one of the main and most surprising wine regions in Italy.
International aromatic grape varieties and typically Sicilian expressiveness! From this encounter comes Kikè, characterised by an exuberant, rich, intense and tropical aromatic profile. It exudes scents of candied fruit, citrus fruits, orange blossom and aromatic herbs. The sip is soft, fresh, savoury, generous and fruity
A fresh expression of great juiciness made as in the past with artisanal methods Daughter of Menfi terroir, refined exclusively in steel tanks to preserve a floral and fragrant aromatic profile, with notes of citrus and almond blossom, well balanced on the palate by a pleasant softness
A Mediterranean orange wine with great vitality that comes from ancient saplings cultivated according to artisanal methods on the island of Pantelleria. The palate displays a pungent, sunny freshness, a slight tannic edge and a typical marine and mineral note, enhanced by a bouquet of salted apricot and orange peel