The three corners of Sicily represent our three world: Suor Marchesa in Riesi, Risignolo in Salemi, and Vajasindi on the slopes of Mount Etna. This line represents the most pure interpretation of Duca di Salaparuta’s most prized varietals and the desire to experiment with new ways of showcasing the potential of Sicily.
Duca di Salaparuta cultivates Grillo for Kados on the hills of Risignolo, one of the richest wine producing territories. Caressed by the sea breeze and matured by the heat of the Sicilian sun, this varietal is a symbol of Sicilian enology.
Straw yellow with green reflections
Floral and bright with a hint of vanilla
Fruity, lively and well-bodied
Duca di Salaparuta has always grown its Nero d’Avola in the heart of Sicily, where summers are hot and winters are merely myths. This territory enriches Nero d’Avola with a richness in color, flavor, and aroma.
Intense ruby red
Fruit forward with notes of cherry and raspberry, balanced with spice and vanilla
Bold and smooth with gentle tannins
The Vajasindi Estate, located on the slopes of Mount Etna, is the birth place of native varietals like Nerello Mascalese.
Ruby red with light garnet reflections
Intense with notes of ripe red fruit, spice and vanilla
Full bodied and elegant with gentle tannins
Duca Enrico was the first Nero d’Avola produced in Sicily in 1984.
ruby red with garnet highlights
blend of ripe fruit, flora and spice
Well-structured perfectly balanced with notes of wood and vanilla
The wine’s unique style is reflected in the bottle’s design. The slender glass is dressed with richly textured labels, where the red graphic element underlines both the strong connection to the territory and the desire to communicate precise identity.