Sicily Wine Region
Read about Sicily as a wine region — one of Italy’s most dynamic — with this archive of wine reviews, articles and content from Opening a Bottle.
Mozia Grillo from Tasca d’Almerita: A Vineyard Story
A Tale of Phoenicians, Salt and Deranged Rabbits
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
Tasting Report: Sweet Wines for Christmas
Sugar Plum Fairies from Roussillon, Sicily, Tuscany and Jerez
Introducing Opening a Bottle Wine Photography
My High-Resolution Images Are Now Available for Home Decor and More
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
The Wines… Founded by Giambattista Cilia, Cirino Strano and Giusto Occhipinti, Azienda Agricola COS has been one...