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Mandrarossa, Cartagho 2014

Nero d'Avola is the most important grape of Sicily, where the arid climate is perfect for this sun loving variety. Plum and black cherry aromas are accompanied by subtle leafy…

Points 91
Cerasuolo di Vittoria, Planeta

Cerasuolo di Vittoria, Planeta 2007 Sicily, Italy The name of Sicily’s only DOCG comes from the word ‘cerasa’ in the Sicilian dialect, meaning cherry. By law, the wine must be…

Points 90
Benanti, Rosso di Verzella 2013

A light ruby-coloured, vibrant red from Etna’s volcanic slopes. 80% Nerello Mascalese and 20% Nerello Cappuccio...

Points 89
Fattorie Romeo del Castello Allegracore 2013

Fattorie Romeo del Castello, Allegracore, Etna, Sicily, Italy 2013 Stunning wine made from Nerello Mascalese grown on the volcanic slopes of Mount Etna at 700m altitude. Harmonious and elegant with…

Points 92
Nicosia Frappato Sicily 2014

Nicosia, Frappato, Sicily, Italy 2014 Rating: 17.25/20pts The Frappato grape has found a home on Sicily since the 18th century and offers a fine alternative to Beaujolais. Lightly chilled, this…

Points 90