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Quattrocieli - Winalist
Visit and tasting of an organic winery
Create your own wine blend
Visit, tasting and picnic
Instant booking Organic
Alcamo 11 reviews 4.7

Quattrocieli

Our winery is located near Alcamo, we chose this place to build our winery for two reasons: the f...

30,00 € - 40,00 €

Tenuta Maltese - Winalist
Visit to the historic cellar
Biodynamic
Marsala 3 reviews 5.0

Tenuta Maltese

Azienda Agricola Maltese who for six generations with passion and dedication to work in the culti...

18,00 €

Antichi Vinai 1877 - Winalist
Etna experience: visit and tasting
Sustainable
Passopisciaro 2 reviews 5.0

Antichi Vinai 1877

It is from the secrets and the passion for the vine that Antichi Vinai wines were born. For five...

37,00 €

Planeta Sciaranuova - Winalist
Flavors of the volcano wines, breads and cheeses
The white lotus
The White Lotus.: Wine, art and landscape
Randazzo 2 reviews 4.8

Planeta Sciaranuova

In a territory with an impetuous and magnetic charm, shaped by the fiery energy of the Volcano, t...

90,00 € - 95,00 €

Planeta Buonivini - Winalist
Trip to the DOC Noto Grand Tour
Nero d'avola talks about food pairing
Planeta summer experience
Great Crus Planeta Grand Tour
Noto 1 reviews 5.0

Planeta Buonivini

Buonivini is located in the heart of the Val di Noto: between the late Baroque cities of Noto and...

45,00 € - 95,00 €

Tenuta Enza La Fauci - Winalist
Sunset walk
Messina
New

Tenuta Enza La Fauci

The Enza La Fauci estate stands on family land that is located near Capo Peloro, right where Ulys...

45,00 €

Planeta Ulmo - Winalist
Planeta Grand Cru
Trip to Sicily
Journey to the Menfi DOC
Organic
Menfi
New

Planeta Ulmo

Wine tours in Sicily, we have always combined the passion for Sicily with the desire to best welc...

50,00 € - 60,00 €

Cantine Madaudo - Winalist
Tasting of Sicilian bubbles at the sparkling wine plant
Messina
New

Cantine Madaudo

There are now four generations of the Madaudo family involved in the history of Sicilian wine. Ev...

25,00 €

Tenuta Di Castellaro  - Winalist
Toast at sunset
Picnic in the vineyard
The Island in the glass
The Natives
Selection
Organic
Quattropani
New

Tenuta Di Castellaro

History tells us that Noah’s first act of reconciliation with the land after leaving the Ark a...

35,00 € - 65,00 €

Principi Di Butera - Winalist
Sicilian Shades - the Wine Tasting
Sicilian Whims – the soft pairing
Sicilian Lunch - Sicilian Light Lunch
The Prince's Lunch - The Prince Lunch
Sustainable
Butera
New

Principi Di Butera

Principi di Butera is located in Sicily, in the province of Caltanissetta, the home of Sicily...

15,00 € - 60,00 €

Principe Di Corleone - Pollara  - Winalist
Winelover Tasting
The Excellences of the Prince and Sicilian Finger Food
Organic
Monreale
New

Principe Di Corleone - Pollara

A fascinating multi-sensory journey into the world of Principe di Corleone, to discover the preci...

25,00 € - 45,00 €

Gorghi Tondi - Winalist
Picnic tasting
To drink with a smile
Sicily in a Bottle
Signature tasting
Organic
Mazara del vallo
New

Gorghi Tondi

Vineyards as far as the eye can see overlooking the Mediterranean, resting on limestone soil, int...
Sicily

20,00 € - 40,00 €

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What to know before visiting Best Sicily Wineries

Where is the Sicily wine region located?

The Sicily wine region is located on the island of Sicily, which is located off the southern coast of Italy in the Mediterranean Sea. Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean and is an autonomous region of Italy. The Sicily wine region is located in the central and southern parts of the island and is known for producing a wide range of wines, including red, white, and sweet wines, using a variety of grape varieties. The region is known for its warm and sunny climate, fertile soil, and rich winemaking traditions, and is a popular tourist destination for wine lovers and foodies.

What is the most famous wine in Sicily?

Nero d'Avola is often considered the most famous wine in Sicily. Nero d'Avola is a full-bodied red wine made from the Nero d'Avola grape variety, which is native to Sicily. The wine is known for its dark fruit flavors, spicy character, and firm tannins, and is widely considered to be one of the best red wines produced in Italy. 

Nero d'Avola is versatile and can be paired with a wide range of dishes, including roasted meats, pasta dishes, and spicy foods. It is also a popular wine for aging, and can develop complex and nuanced flavors over time. Overall, Nero d'Avola is a flagship wine for the Sicily wine region and is widely recognized as one of the most important and distinctive red wines of Italy.

What are the Main Grape Varieties of the Sicilian Region?

Sicily is a wine-growing region in Italy and is known for producing a wide range of wines using several grape varieties. Some of the main grape varieties grown in the Sicily wine region include:

  • Nero d'Avola: Nero d'Avola is a red grape variety that is native to Sicily and is one of the most widely grown grape varieties on the island. It is used to produce full-bodied red wines with dark fruit flavors and a spicy character
  • Grillo: Grillo is a white grape variety that is grown in Sicily and is used to produce crisp and refreshing white wines with bright citrus and floral flavors
  • Zibibbo: Zibibbo is a white grape variety that is grown in Sicily and is used to produce sweet and aromatic wines, such as Moscato di Pantelleria
  • Cataratto: Cataratto is a white grape variety that is grown in Sicily and is used to produce crisp and refreshing white wines with bright citrus and floral flavors
  • Inzolia: Inzolia is a white grape variety that is grown in Sicily and is used to produce crisp and aromatic white wines with bright citrus and floral flavors
  • Frappato: Frappato is a red grape variety that is grown in Sicily and is used to produce light-bodied red wines with bright fruit flavors and a spicy character

These grape varieties, along with others, are used to produce a wide range of wines in Sicily, including sparkling wines, rosé wines, and fortified wines.

What Are the Best Wine areas In Sicily?

Marsala: Marsala is a port city in western Sicily and is famous for its fortified wines, such as Marsala Vergine and Marsala Superiore. 

Etna: Etna is a wine-growing region located on the slopes of Mount Etna, the largest and most active volcano in Europe. The region is known for producing red wines made from the Nerello Mascalese grape variety, which is grown in the volcanic soil on the slopes of the volcano. 

Noto: Noto is a wine-growing region located in the southeastern part of Sicily and is known for producing a range of red, white, and sweet wines using local grape varieties, such as Nero d'Avola and Moscato.

Vittoria: Vittoria is a wine-growing region located in the southeastern part of Sicily and is known for producing a range of red and white wines using local grape varieties, such as Nero d'Avola and Frappato. 

Contessa Entellina: Contessa Entellina is a wine-growing region located in the western part of Sicily and is known for producing a range of red and white wines using local grape varieties, such as Nero d'Avola and Inzolia.

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