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10 Enticing Sicilian Wines

New reviews of reds and whites from Italy's storied island
Sicily's Mount Etna overlooks many of the island's best vineyards.
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Sicily's Mount Etna overlooks many of the island's best vineyards.
Alison Napjus
Posted: August 2, 2018


Sicily is the fourth-largest producer by volume among Italy's 20 regions. But the island is even more noteworthy for the qualitative drive shown by its producers, which has really borne fruit in the past two decades. As a result, wine lovers today can enjoy a wide variety of distinctive bottlings, from sparklers to sweeties, most often made from native Italian grape varieties. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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