It’s a golden age for the wines of Sicily. The Italian island’s distinctive bottlings, many of them from native grapes—including Catarratto, Nero d'Avola, Carricante, Nerello Mascalese and more—can firmly claim a place in the world of fine wines. Let this in-depth guide connect you to Sicily’s grape varieties and wines.
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