Baglio del Cristo di Campobello is a 35 hectare winery located closed to Agrigento in the south of Sicily. The company produces a range of still and sparkling wines from local grape varieties that are finally gaining international acclaim for their balance and freshness.
Cantinen Nicosia is one of the largest players in the production of wine from around Etna. Despite this they also represent one of the region’s historical treasures as well as international success stories. The wines are exported all over the world and provide Ann accessible introduction to the region.
Feudo Montoni is one of the top producers in Sicily. The wines are produced at a 600 years old Baglio formerly belonging to a noble Aragonese family. Today the estate, located in the province of Agrigento, is owned and managed by the Sireci family, who have overseen Feudo Montoni since the late 1800s. The typical varieties of the island are cultivated, including Nero d’Avola, Grillo and the increasingly popular Perricone.