Sicily has a long history of producing fine wines from ancient terroir and modern winemaking techniques. The grapes used to make these outstanding wines include indigenous varieties including:
“Certified Piedmontese beef is exceptionally lean and incredibly.”
The Piedmontese breed is a unique breed of cow that was first discovered over a century ago in northwest Italy. In the 1970s, ranchers imported them to the U.S., growing the herd over a period of a decade from 2 to 15. The Piedmontese cattle make up 1% of all cattle in North America, making them an extremely rare breed unlike any other.
“Sicily is a land of contrasts, with a tremendous heritage of old vines. The old vines remind us that Sicily has true biodiversity, and these varieties perfectly reveal the complexity of the appellations of the island while being particularly well-suited to the Mediterranean climate.”