Sicily, Italy

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    The indigenous Catarratto thrives in Sicily. This fruit comes from a steep hillside location in the Marsala area on the west coast of Sicily. Ca'Di Ponti is Adria Vini's Sicily offering.
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    Nero d'Avola is a speciality of Sicily and Ca'Di Ponti's grapes are sourced from it's heartland in Riesi, with no oak aging to highlight it's pure Nero fruit.
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    A ripe and spicy nose with floral and stone fruit characters. The palate has more honeyed stone fruit and savoury notes backed by fresh citrus acidity.
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    Lifted floral notes complement ample ripe, plummy fruit, a touch of bramble and spicy notes. The palate has juicy red cherry and blackberry notes with a hint of dark chocolate. Good acidity and ripe, yet firm, tannins make this a good food wine!
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    Zibibbo is the local name for the Muscat of Alexandria grape produced in Sicily. Aged in stainless steel to produce a fresh, pure style of wine full of pure varietel fruit.
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    Fragrant, spicy and rich in scents, with hints of fruit and vanilla that are well-blended each other. On the palate it is intense, rich, and velvety. Elegant and pleasant tannin.
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    A light, unoaked wine from Sicily displaying fresh, citrus and tropical fruit.
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    Passimora is produced from grapes slightly dried in the warm Sicilian sun with a red character, charming and persistent, captivating from the very first sip and pure expression of the island. The bouquet exhibits delicate hints of red fruit and pomegranate, accompanied by sweet notes of dried plum and candied fruit. Soft, warm, persistent and pleasantly tannic.
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    Syrah grapes produce a structured soft and spicy red, with floral notes and fruit aromas of pomegranite
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    This blend of Catarratto, Grillo, Damaschino and Inzolia is made with strictly selected grapes vinified before fermentation is stopped with the addition of eau de vie so sugar levels remain below 40g/L. This “Mistella” is then blended with the best DOC wine and aged at least 2 years in French oak casks. The final wine is fortified to 18% alcohol. With toffee and nutty aromas, this wine has rich dry fruit palate flavors. Passito di Pantelleria Muscat of Alessandria, or Zibibbo, grapes are harvested at the end of August and dried naturally before vinification. The wine shows complex, elegant dried fruit and apricot aromas with beautiful balance.