Explore the constantly evolving characteristics of Sicilian wines with this archive of wine articles, reviews and blog posts from Opening a Bottle.
First-Taste Guide to Etna Rosso
How Europe's Most Active Volcano Has Redefined Italian Wine
Why Gurrieri is Essential If Azienda Agricola COS, Arianna Occhipinti and Gulfi have alerted the world to...
Why Benanti is Essential In wine terms, the turnaround of the Etna DOC on Sicily — which...
Gurrieri’s Classy Cerasuolo di Vittoria
400 Words (or so) on the Potential of Nero d'Avola and Frappato
7 Summer Wines: Seek Out and Geek Out
From Porch-Pounders to a Sturdy Red Best Served Cold
Four Wines from Passopisciaro of Sicily’s Etna
Embracing the Rapturous Ferocity of a Volcano in Uncertain Times
Why Passopisciaro is Essential When Andrea Franchetti first arrived on Etna in 2000, he found a vineyard...
Slow Wine Tour: A Showcase of Italian Wine’s Golden Age
Never Mind the News For a Moment. Drink Italian Wines.
The Mystique of Sciaranuova
400 Words (Or So) On the Old Vines of Passopisciaro's "Contrada S"
What is Perricone and Should I Drink It?
It's a Sicilian Red, And Yes, Yes You Should
Photo Essay: The Vineyards of Pantelleria
Turning an Artistic Eye to Sicily's Most Heroic Viticulture
CVA Canicattì: A Co-op Winery on the Rise
Exploring What's Possible From 300 Sicilian Winegrowers