Italy is the world’s biggest wine producer and home to numerous wine regions, each with its own distinct characteristics and wine styles.

Tuscany: Situated in the Bolgheri DOC, Podere Sapaio is a small family owned winery located in the coastal region of Tuscany. It is renowned for producing high-quality red wines, particularly Bordeaux-style blends, which have gained international recognition.

Sicily: Tenuta Enza La Fauci is the beating heart of the very small Faro DOC appellation located in the province of Messina. Faro DOC is known for producing red wines from indigenous grape varieties such as Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio, Nocera, and others. These wines typically display great complexity, elegance, and a great sense of place. Nicolò Grippaldi is a young, biodynamic winegrower in Gagliano Castelferrato, a rock amphitheatre of disarming beauty in the heart of Sicily located 651 meters above sea level in the province of Enna. His goal, as the only wine producer in the province of Enna is to shed light on an area that is unique and unknown to the world. This is not only from a wine point of view, but also highlighting the uniqueness of the terroir and the historical and natural beauty that surrounds Gagliano Castelferrato.

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