sicilian wine

  1. What to Drink in 2020 ‘That Won’t Require I Go Back to Work’

    What to Drink in 2020 ‘That Won’t Require I Go Back to Work’

    "...we thought this would be a good moment to lay out how we scope out a wine store – what we look for, what we avoid – when we are looking for wines that won’t break the bank." Dorothy J. Gaiter & John Brecher
  2. Eduardo Torres Acosta's volcanic wine journey from Tenerife to Mt Etna Sicily

    Eduardo Torres Acosta's volcanic wine journey from Tenerife to Mt Etna Sicily

    Eduardo Torres Acosta took the bold move of moving from his home in Tenerife to Sicily and is a making animated, terroir focused wines on the north side of Mt. Etna.
  3. Bonaccorsi: Etna's First-And-Always

    Bonaccorsi: Etna's First-And-Always

    ValCerasa was one of the first wines to be imported from Mount Etna to the United States and for good reason.
  4. Castellucci Miano: Born to be a Rebel

    Castellucci Miano: Born to be a Rebel

    Castellucci Miano’s wine is not a jock, a popular chick, but a rebel. By Marco Salerno.
  5. History in a bottle: ArmosA

    History in a bottle: ArmosA

    Cantina ArmosA is located in the town of Sicili, belonging to the Province of Ragusa, in the southeast corner of the island. ArmosA has a great sense of their region's history disregarding fleeting trendy moments of today, audaciously evokes emotions of historical consciousness.
  6. Vini Biondi: Resurrecting Beauty

    Vini Biondi: Resurrecting Beauty

    The Biondis produce exquisite Cru wine from contrada Rozini and San Nicolo’, focusing on native Etna varietals Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio, Carricante, Catarratto, and Minella.
  7. A Bordeaux-blend From Where?

    A Bordeaux-blend From Where?

    A profile of Sicily's Barone Spitaleri di Muglia.
  8. A Snapshot of Sicily

    A Snapshot of Sicily

    A look at Sicily, one of Europe's oldest viticultural regions.
Copyright © 2021 Grape Collective. All Rights Reserved.