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The tour of the wine cellars or Wine Tour in Sicily allows you to visit the wine cellars of some of the most beautiful cities and areas in the region, from Syracuse to Ragusa, Catania and Agrigento.

Following this tour you can follow a route that includes visits and tastings inside the cellars and vineyards that characterise the island and Sicilian wines, discovering some labels that have a tradition dating back to Greek times.

The tour of wine cellars in Sicily or Wine Tour provides a truly unique experience of Sicilian wine-growing within selected locations, with the correct combination of wine and some of the typical Sicilian dishes.


The land of wine: a wine tour in Sicily

During your holiday in Sicily, you can visit and explore the most beautiful wineries on this Mediterranean island.

In addition to enjoying the monuments and nature, it is also possible to discover the thousand-year history of Sicilian wine-growing, being carried away by unique colours, flavours and scents.

The island’s wine-growing tradition has its roots in ancient Greece; there are many legends about vines and their birth from the ‘tears of Dionysus who was thirsty’.

The cultivation of vines, therefore, was first introduced by Greek colonists who had arrived on the slopes of Mount Etna and immediately dedicated themselves to the cultivation of vineyards and the production of wine.

Among the ancient Sicilian wines that can also be tasted during the wine tour in Sicily, one can discover labels such as Moscato and Marsala, which bear witness to Sicily’s millenary winemaking tradition.

But that’s not all, there are also: malvasie, moscati, passiti and also Cerasuolo di Vittoria, Nero d’Avola and Nerello mascalese, which are among the most famous Sicilian wines in Italy and also worldwide.

And it is within the Sicilian wine cellars that you will have the opportunity to taste the most famous and typical wines of Sicily, which has been handing down its vocation for wine and the care of its vineyards for centuries.


Between historic cellars and unique flavours

The proposals that can be discovered during a wine tour in Sicily include historic wine cellars, traditional wineries and even vineyards that allow you to discover the care that Sicilian farmers put into the production of grapes and wine.

Each wine label, from Sicilian red to Sicilian white, provides a unique and intoxicating tour that allows one to immerse oneself in the aromas and flavours also enjoyed by the Greeks, Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans, French and Spanish, along the way and the many historical events that have marked Sicily and the Mediterranean over the centuries.

The selected proposals inside the cellars offer a unique opportunity to fully get to know the sensory richness of Sicilian wines, immersing oneself in the nature of the vineyards and penetrating into the cellars, also discovering many DOCG (Controlled and guaranteed designation of origin); DOC (Controlled designation of origin); IGT (Typical Geographical Indication) wines.

Among the outstanding wines to be tasted during this tour are certainly the autochthonous ones such as Nero D’Avola, whose development and diffusion has been constantly growing over time.

This extraordinary red wine has gained more and more appreciation over time and is therefore recognised as one of the best Sicilian table wines and also among the most popular in Italy.

In addition to red wines such as Nero D’Avola, there are also other red and white wines such as: Bianco d’Alcamo produced in the province of Palermo and Trapani; Eloro Bianco and Rosso; Delia Nivolelli; Faro; Monreale.

All these wines can be tasted in the setting of beautiful Sicily, following food and wine itineraries that allow the flavours of the area to be fully discovered.

The photographs within this hike/article, were not taken during one of our tours, but are used for informational purposes only