Passimora is produced from grapes slightly dried in the warm Sicilian sun; a red wine with an intense character, charming and persistent, captivating from the very first sip: the pure expression of the island.
Kelbi, a lush garden on a ventilated plateau, it takes its name from the Arab dynasty that made the land of Sicily flourish. It is here where Catarratto grapes yield an elegant and floral white wine, the product of a Catarratto clone Pellegrino certified.
The light of the clear sky reflected onto the sea, this is the Albarìa, a typical scene of the Saltpans along the Sicilian coast. Here, a fresh rosé wine from Frappato grapes is born, with typically Mediterranean scents.
Warm and soft, with notes of dry fruit and orange zest. It excels with dry pastries with almonds and dark chocolate.
Zibibbo grapes grown on head-trained bushes and left to raisin on reed mats under hot August sun yield a fine Passito wine with scents of dates, figs and dry apricot.
Born from a single oak barrel, a dry marsala that in more than 15 years of aging has developed intense and complex aromas.
Marsala Superiore Reserva Ambra Semisecco DOC 1998 In 1773 a rich Liverpudlian merchant named John landed by chance on the Marsala coast and was the first to make marsala wine by adding alcohol to local wine to take it with him to England.
Nes means miracle. The island of Pantelleria, both wild and generous, gives us its finest nectar, a Passito wine with intense notes of candied fruit and and Mediterranean herbs.
Marsala Superiore Riserva Rubino Dolce DOC Dedicated to the origins of Pellegrino, a marsala wine never produced before that expresses unexpected and fresh aromas, perfectly combining the history and the contemporary nature of the winery.