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Wines Red

Sicily magical place, where the scents, the colors, the flavors of a unique land dance with life, envelop you in an irresistible and inebriating atmosphere. Centuries of delicacies to be tasted slowly.

Nero d’Avola is Sicily’s oldest native grape and rightly deserving of the high acclaim which it now receives.
Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio are smaller players amongst Sicily’s leading red grapes but are key natives around Mount Etna. The two are blended to create Etna Rosso.
Cerasuolo di Vittoria, which blends Frappato and Nero d’Avola, is more famous in the south east around Ragusa.
Other red grapes include Calabrese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah (originally from southern France).

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Majo San Lorenzo Miceli
Produced 100% from our own Castelvetrano estate Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes. The most up-to-date viticultural management of these vineyards result in exceptional fruit.
Nero D'Avola Miceli
This rich, red wine is from nero d'Avola grape, a variety native to Sicily; the grapes are grown in some of the island's best vineyards. The wine was given an 8-days maceration on the skins, then matured in oak barrels for 12 months and in stainless steel tanks for a further 6. Miceli's Nero d'Avola displays a forward, lively character: a wine in every sense Sicilian. 

A'nserra Miceli
A unique partnering of Sicily's classic grape, the Nero d'avola, with Cabernet Sauvignon at low yield cultivation, produces A'Nserra, a wine of remarkable structure. This wine is classically Mediterranean and thoroughly modern in style. 
Nia Maro Miceli
The extreme selection of the Merlot grapes of our vineyard, the low yield cultivation, the picking of the grapes in small boxes, the fermentation and the vinification made in the manner to consider the whole scents of the fruit; the maturation in oak barrels for 12 months and a further maturation in stainless steel tanks and bottle, make of Nia Maro a wine of great level.
Primo Quarto Miceli
A judicious blend of two classic grape varieties, the nero d'Avola and the sangiovese, yields this lovely, ruby-red wine. Richly redolent of sun-ripe fruit, is flavours, too, are fruity, and it is lightly tannic.