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  • Fazio

    The Fazio Wine Company is in the commune of ERICE and lies in a territory which has produced wine for thousands of years and recently obtained D.O.C. The vineyards owned by the Company stretch over the rolling hills towards Mount Erice and like green lace-work make the countryside unique in its beauty

  • Feudo Arancio

    Feudo Arancio is an estate in the AG (Agrigento) region of Sambuca di Sicilia. The estate is surrounded by 280 hectares of agricultural land in a natural bas in bordering Lake Arancio. The winery has been remodelled in the traditional "Baglio Siciliano", or Sicilian Beam-Style architecture. It is complete with a receiving area, vinification cellar and bottling line. The estate also includes offices, storage facilities and a welcoming center for tourists interested in wine production.

  • Firriato

    Sicily is blessed with all the natural elements necessary, including the wind and the sun, on which the winegrower depends for the production of quality grapes. Casa Vinicola Firriato, which is in the heart of the region with the densest concentration of vines in the whole of Italy, was created during the mid 80's. The strength of this company is its youth and the producers, Salvatore and Vinzia 

  • Florio

    Been born historical company in far away 1833, Wine cellars Florio form Marsala is one of the main productive truths of the Sicily. Since the origins, Florio has oriented its production to the Marsala wine obtaining, in the specific field, beyond 60% of the market. The activities of Florio come carried out in the plant of production beam of Marsala that, strongly of a surface very 50,000 meters square and of a hit directed to the sea in the ancient part of the city, accommodates the secular wine cellars of the company, able to manage beyond 5 million litres of Marsala wine in stalks oak.

  • Francesco Tornatore

    The Tornatore winery falls on the north side of Etna, an ideal area for the production of unique and quality wines thanks to the volcanic origin of the soil and a mild climate.

  • Graci

    Located in Passopisciaro, on the north side of Etna, Cantina Graci produces Etna wines from indigenous vines grown at an altitude between 600 and 1,000 meters above sea level. in the heart of the Alcantara Valley.

  • Maggio Vini

    The wine house Maggio Wines, united to the agricultural company of family, is situated in the classic zone of production of wine D.O.C. Cerasuolo di Victoria, red dry famous of ancient tradition, defined one pearl of the sicialian enologia. Also the family Maggio has contributed to the decided revaluation, heading above all to a product. É for this reason that with to other producers of the zone Maaggio Wines it has entered to make part of the Consortium of Protection of the Cerasuolo di Victoria, with the explicit purpose to maintain elevates it to you qualitative standards caught up you and to favor a careful consumption and an image of all respect in  the Italian wine scene.

  • Mandrarossa

    In the feature of pointed out sicialian coast on the Mediterranean, furrowed from soft and sunny hills between the templi of Agrigento and Selinunte, from the times of the Magna Greece the cult of the screw is handed on. Here the mitezza of the climate, the generosity of the land, the cure of the man has created the vineyards of Mandrarossa. Between 6.000 hectares of vineyard, the Settesoli Wine cellars has selected in the time 600 hectares more detached viticola vocation. Today beside the vitigni of the native tradition, which Grecanico and Nero d' Avola, are magnificently acclimatize vitigni international which Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Sirah to you.

  • Marco de Bartoli

    Marco De Bartoli can be considered the living symbol of Marsala, and of Sicilian wine in general, thanks to his respect for the past and hopes for the future – despite the doubts that continually plague him. In the 1970s, Marco took over from his mother, Josephine, in running the country farm, Baglio Samperi. Here grapes for the making of Marsala had been cultivated for more than 200 years, but Marco, with his degree in agronomy and admirable curriculum as a racing-car driver, had no intentions of getting bogged down in a declining industry. He turned sun-baked stone buildings into cellars where he followed a personal vision of Marsala, decorating every available space with his collection of antique cars.