#SicilianWine infographic project

#SicilianWine is my original project that shares the main available information on Sicilian indigenous grape varieties in a simple, intuitive form. All information is delivered through infographics and a plain, concise language to reach the maximum audience possible.

This is a work in progress: if you don't find the grape variety you are looking for, please come back and check for updates in the next coming weeks.

 

#SicilianWine refers to official historical and scientific data published by REGIONE SICILIANA - Assessorato Regionale dell’Agricoltura, dello Sviluppo Rurale e della Pesca Mediterranea. Original information is available in the book “Identità e ricchezza del Vigneto Sicilia” edited by Giacomo Ansaldi, Dario Cartabellotta, Vito Falco, Francesco Gagliano and Attilio Scienza, presented at EXPO 2015 - Cluster Bio-Mediterraneo. 
The book is available for download (Italian only).

Grillo, the new cool Sicilian wine

- Letto 436 volte

I am quite sure that nobody outside Sicily knew anything about Grillo only 10 years ago.
This is also still the case for many indigenous Sicilian grapes, but the one surprising thing is that Grillo's popularity has broadened from being totally obscure to becoming one of the most appreciated varieties in a very limited amount of time.

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Catarratto white Sicilian indigenous grape

Catarratto, a Sicilian classic

- Letto 2958 volte

Catarratto [KAH-tahr-RAT-toh] is one of the classic traditional white grape varieties of Sicily, and is considered to be one of the most antique.

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Inzolia: the Mediterranean queen

- Letto 3146 volte

Known in Sicily by different names (Insolia, Ansolia, ‘Nzolia vranca), Inzolia is a white grape variety anciently brought by Greeks. It is also grown in Tuscany (Ansonica), and in different wine regions of Western Mediterranean.

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Perricone aka Pignatello

Perricone unveiled

- Letto 2367 volte

Perricone [PEH-reeh-KO’-neh] is a red grape variety that is indigenous to Western Sicily. It has been cultivated for centuries in the “golden triangle” between Palermo, Trapani and Agrigento.

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