Sicily, the largest Mediterranean island deserves great wines. The Sicilian winegrowers have followed this call in the last decades and delight the wine world with light white wines and deep black red wines. Whether from the foot of the mighty Etna, the lush green interior or the hot coastline - wine from Sicily cannot be put into a caste. And if you do, there is only one thing you can be sure of: wine growing on the island of Sicily is on the rise.
Sicily wine; Marsala, Nero d'Avola, bellissima!
With the Marsala dessert wine, Sicily acquired a high reputation long ago - but times are changing. After the decline in demand and the subsequent strong reduction in wine growing, the favourable location now seemed to spoil only olive oil and wheat. Only a new understanding of local strengths, almost endless investments and an increased awareness of quality gave the winemaker new impetus, so that today Sicilian wine is popular and sought after all over the world.