Sicily is Italy’s southernmost region, and the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.
For more than 2500 years Sicily has been a significant center of Mediterranean viniculture.
The region just off the coast of Italy, may form part of Italy, but function as a country on their own.
With distinct climate, soil and a different take on wines, it is difficult to think the wineries of Sicily form part of Italy.
With some of the world’s most unique and fragrant wines,
Sicily has rapidly outgrown its reputation for producing bulk wine and built a new reputation for exceptional white and reds.