With a long and illustrious wine history, Sicily is an enviable region. Enjoying a recent resurgence in popularity Sicilian wines are distinct with characteristics unique to the island. Situated on the same latitude as Napa and with 300 days of sunshine a year Sicily boasts ideal growing conditions for many grape varieties. This climate lends itself well to dark, rich, fruit forward reds the most famous of which, Nero d'Avola, is worthy of nobility. Etna Rosso has become increasingly popular and produces some of the finest wines, the best of which are among the most compelling bottlings in Italy.