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Vines Nerello Mascalese ( %)

Color: light ruby ​​red color

Smell: an elegant bouquet with notes of berries (strawberry and red currant) and floral hints; delicate nuances of cinnamon and nutmeg are added.

Taste: Excellent taste-olfactory correspondence with good freshness and harmonious tannins. Long and balanced in the finish.

Pairings: Perfect with appetizers and Mediterranean dishes based on aubergines or mushrooms, roasted or stewed meats. Try also with North American dishes, such as chicken wings or hamburgers, or with Asian dishes as

long as they are not too spicy: for example Thai beef stir-fried (pan-fried meat), or Dumpling (ravioli filled with meat or vegetables ).


A volcano goddess stands on the label. Its intense colors, red, yellow, iridescent blacks, are those of the highest active volcano in Europe. An ancient, powerful and feminine divinity: "the Mountain" as it is called

Etna from the locals. "Sul Vulcano" is a declaration of love: a pure, fragrant and elegant wine, which lets you breathe the energy of this unique place located in the center of the Mediterranean.


Donnafugata was born in Sicily from the initiative of a family that with great passion has been able to revolutionize the style and perception of Sicilian wine in the world. The name Donnafugata refers to the novel by Tomasi di Lampedusa the Leopard. A name that means "woman on the run" and refers to the story of a queen who found refuge in that part of Sicily where the company vineyards are located today. A story that inspired the company logo: the image of a woman's head with her hair blowing in the wind that stands out on each bottle. The Rallo family back in 1851 entered the world of wine in Sicily in the wake of British entrepreneurs In 1983 Giacomo and Gabriella donfano Donnafugata, a name that communicates with art. A new style for Sicilian wines In 1990 Giacomo and Gabriella were joined by their sons José and Antonio and the company increasingly sought pleasure, elegance and longevity in the wines.

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