Welcome to our new range of Sicilian modern classics. The Grillo and Nero d’Avola are vibrant, modern and manifestly Sicilian, made from indigenous varietals. The wine bottle labels are inspired by beautiful Sicilian Maiolic tiles.
Rupe Secca translates literally to ‘dry cliff’. Rupe Secca is named after a unique beauty spot on the Sicilian coast, called Punta Secca by the locals.
Inspector Montalbano is filmed in Punta Secca. Just a few kilometres from the vineyards where the grapes are grown, Punta Secca is a tiny seaside hamlet perched over the Mediterranean. The hamlet has been made famous by the Inspector Montalbano TV series.
Also recommended by the Daily Mail in their Best Value Wine List, no 104. Click
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The Grillo is available from £7.64 a bottle. To find out more click HERE
The Nero d’Avola is available from £8.09 a bottle. To find out more click HERE