Sicily is an island region—the largest island in the Mediterranean—and the largest Italian region, which almost touches the Italian peninsula’s toe, Calabria. Its capital and largest city is Palermo. In the wine world, Sicilia was once best known for the dessert wine Marsala, although today it is more prominent for the dry wines of Etna. The region’s primary grape varieties are Catarratto (34%) and Calabrese or Nero d’Avola(16%).


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