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Sicilian Wine: What to Know and 6 Bottles to Try

Get to know these saline-tinged, terroir-driven wines.

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Feudo Montoni’s Sicilian roots can be traced back to 1469, and although the family has always been dedicated to honest agricultural farming, its winemaking story is still rather youthful. Now spearheaded by third-generation winemaker Fabio Sireci, this certified-organic estate focuses exclusively on native Sicilian varieties. “Timpa,” which means “strong slope” in the local dialect, pays homage to the site from which its fruit comes. The wine is fresh and fruit-driven, marked by saline-tinged flavors of ripe peach, apricot, grapefruit rind, and freshly cut herbs. For a crowd-pleasing and affordable white wine, this bottle is an easy choice.

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Sicilian Wine: What to Know and 6 Bottles to Try