Fina is a family run winery located on a hill between Marsala and Trapani. The winery has growing significantly over the last two decades on the back of entrepreneurial spirit, a focus on both Sicilian and international varieties and a long standing collaboration with Giacomo Tachis.
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.
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.
Donnafugata is one of the most visible Sicilian brands in both Italy and abroad. Owned by the Rallo family for the last five generations, Donnafugata is known for quality, fruit forward wines produced predominantly around the town of Marsala and on the island of Pantelleria, although in recent years vineyard holdings have expanded to include wines on Etna and in Vittoria.