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The Selezione di Famiglia Bianco is an organic single vineyard wine, made from a particular selection of chardonnay and inzolia grapes cultivated in the Milici area in western Sicily. The production yield is kept low at 34 hectolitres per hectare to achieve the best quality wine.
The Barocco is one of the top wines from the Avide winery, established more than a hundred years ago in the highlands of Comiso in the southern Sicily. It is a well-structured wine, ruby red, warm and complex. Produced from Nero d'Avola and Frappato grapes.
Rosso del Conte is an outstanding single vineyard wine from Tasca d'Almerita’s Tenuta Regaleali estate in the Palermo province. It is made mainly from Perricone and Nero d’Avola grapes and expresses the quality and longevity characteristics of the Regaleali Estate wines.
Harmonium di Firriato is one of the best Sicilian Nero d’Avola wines produced by the assembly of three cru di Nero d'Avola. It is a tribute of love and respect for Nero d’Avola, Sicily’s greatest red grape, which achieves its climax in this interpretation.
The Chianti Classico from Castello di Albola is grown in vineyards considered to be the archetypical vineyards of the Chianti Classico region. The vines are the plants of life and the wines from them are nature’s gifts to pleasure seeking people.
2015 Kaid Syrah from the recognized Sicilian producer Alessandro Di Camporeale. An excellent organic wine, very pleasing to the palate, powerful and complex - a wine which unites exuberance, silkiness and exceptional intensity. Made from the Syrah grape considered the most “Sicilian” among the international vine varieties.