A wine’s finest ingredient is the honesty of the man who produces it.

From “La montagna di fuoco” by Salvo Foti

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Sicily’s South-east has always been known for the reputation of its wines. The principal varietal and the only one used for the production of black Pachino wine is the Nero d’Avola.

The distinctive characteristics, the excellence of this territory south of Tunis, born by the sea and winds, are, here too, better interpreted and expressed by the traditional bush cultivation.

Producers in our portfolio

> Savino

> Il Cantante

Nero Sichilli

From ancient Nero d’Avola vines, grown in the Nature Reserve of Vendicari, right on the shores of the Ionian Sea.

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Bottiglia di Nero Sichilli

Nero d’Avola Il Cantante

Balanced yet powerful red wine, holding back the years with its fresh acidity.

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Bottiglia di Nero d’Avola