Frappato Wine

Experience Sicily’s Frappato Wine

Perhaps you are looking for something different to quench your thirst for summer wine and want an alternative to Rosé. How about considering a chilled red wine? In Sicily that would be Frappato wine because it can be served either chilled or at room temperature. Frappato is an indigenous red grape to the Sicilian regions

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Planeta Frappato

Discover Frappato one of Sicily’s Indigenous grapes

Infatuated with the indigenous grapes of Italy, I love the challenge of trying new wine varieties and learning more about them. Frappato, a variety primarily grown in Sicily is my latest discovery. Sicily has over 50 Indigenous grapes. Those familiar with Sicilian wines recognize several native varieties such as Grillo and Nero d’Avola. On several

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Wines of Cusumano, Sicily - Nero D'Avola

Cusumano: Discover Sicily and Nero d’Avola

A study of Italian wine must include Sicily and the Nero d’Avola grape. Its role in the 20th century was producing grapes in bulk for wineries on Italy’s mainland. The trend changed in the in the 1990s and Sicily started to produce wine, putting its name on the map. One winery that started strictly as

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