Feudi del Pisciotto
Feudi del Pisciotto has the new vineyards (33 hectares planted since 2002) situated at about 250 meters of altitude and 6 km from the sea as the crow flies. It benefits therefore of two climatic moderators: altitude where arrive the sea breezes, and the sea itself, a great compensator of the temperature. The vineyards of Feudi del Pisciotto have 50% of the red wine king of the island, the Nero d’Avola, and 50% of international red wines like Cabernet, Merlot, etc and two white wines Semeiloon and Gewuz Traminer, for an unusual Passito.
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.It has a classic Mediterranean climate with mild to warm, wet winters and warm to hot, dry summers. Sicily has more vineyards than any of the other Italian regions competing with Apulia for first place as the largest wine producer. Many grapes are made into raisins, used in local cooking, and Sicilian grapes also play a large role in creating dessert wines, which require a higher concentration of grapes and are consumed in smaller quantities. In fact, in the world of international wine, Sicily is renowned for the many outstanding dessert wines, such as the world-famous Marsala.;