FROM SICILY WITH LOVE

The star of any La Sicilyana wine tasting experience is our wine. Organic or from sustainable agriculture, our wines are very low in sulphites, so they can be enjoyed with complete confidence.

Wine has been part of Sicilian history for centuries. Nationally, Italy produces more wine than France and Sicily is now the fourth largest wine producing region in the country. In recent years, the wine of Sicily has gained an enviable reputation across the World. The reason? Its outstanding quality and unique taste. Critics, experts and wine enthusiasts from around the world have lauded Sicilian wine and, as a result, many illustrious global wine awards have come their way.

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You won’t find my wines anywhere else in the UK, I am very selective about the wine I share with you. It is a privilege to know each of the winemakers personally and, on my frequent visits to Sicily, I always take the opportunity to visit these vineyards and learn about the latest developments, and yes, taste the latest wines. If they don’t pass my personal taste test, they will not be added to our range. It really is that simple.

The wines of Sicily are my passion, and it is a passion I am proud to share with you. If you would like to put the theory to the test, get in touch and arrange your own tasting experience with La Sicilyana.

The Sicily Difference

So what exactly makes Sicilian wine so special? The magic of the wine of Sicily comes from the combination of climate, the soil and the range of grapes. Sicilian wine producers are proud to be different and look beyond the traditional grapes associated with Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon.

The range of ancient and indigenous grapes lies at the heart of the success of our wine. Catarratto, Inzolia, Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio, Grillo, Nero d’Avola – all produce a distinct and unforgettable flavour. And yes, the grapes from our handpicked wineries are still handpicked today.

Whether they are from the Eastern Etna region, the Western Madonie mountains or to the south-east of Sicily, all our wine producers follow the principles of sustainable agriculture. What it means for you is that there are no nasty chemicals in the land or in the bottle, and, as a result, no headaches.

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