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15 September 2016

Falstaff sbarca a Salina

15 September 2016


1 Februar 2015


13 April 2008

Mozia written by Alfonso Cevola

9 April 2008

A Taste of Sicily

7 Januar 2008

Great Values from Italy

5 November 2007
Wine Spectator

Tasting Highlights: Southern Italy

4 Juli 2007

Tasting Sizilien

1 Januar 2007
Der Feinschmecker

100 Lieblingsweine - 2003 Camastra

1 November 2006
The Dubliner Magazine

Regaleali Nero d'Avola is the Best of the Bunch

28 Juli 2005
Wine Enthusiast

21st-Century Sicily

Juli 2005
Spirito diVino

Il nuovo s’addice a Regaleali

13 März 2005
New York Times

In Sicily, a Winery Tour With Lunch Included

27 Oktober 2003
Corriere della Sera

Regaleali: l'aristocrazia del vino siciliano di oggi.

3 Oktober 2003
Il Sole 24 Ore

Vino, debutta il future di Tasca d'Almerita.

1 September 2003

Nuovi vini, antiche colline.

23 Januar 2003
@lfa Il Sole 24 Ore

Tasca d'Almerita: Quando la rete finisce in cantina.

15 November 2002
Wine Enthusiast

European Explosion

17 Oktober 2002
La Repubblica - ed. Palermo

L'antico piacere della Malvasia. (…)

Oktober 2002

La Siciliana.

Oktober 2002

E De Niro fa scorta di "muffa".

25 Juli 2002

La Marchesa è servita.

Juli 2002

Vini da premio

Juni 2002

Pane e vino di Bruno Vespa.

Mai 2002
Bon Appétit

Bottles Full of Sun.

Mai 2002

Regaleali è arte del vino.

27 April 2002
La Repubblica - ed. Palermo

Depardieu investe in Sicilia "Qui nascerà un grande vino".

Mai 2002
Bon Appétit

Bottles Full of Sun.

These islands are home to world-class vintages as unique as the places they come from. British wine export Fiona Beckett takes a tasting tour and picks her top ten favourite wines. Sicily Italy. With a reliably sunny climate and a willingness on the part of winemakers to blend the old with the new, Sicily is, in many ways, the California of the Mediterranean. Its assured handling of top international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, and the quality of its star homegrown red grape, Nero d’Avola, make it one of the most exciting wine-producing regions in Italy. Tasca d’Almerita 1999 Rosso del Conte: Watching a shepherd drive his sheep to shelter among the olive trees, the dust catching the rays of the sun and creating a golden aura around them, one witnesses a scene that hasn’t changed for centuries. In fact, there has been a settlement on the Regaleali estate in the heart of Sicily since the Middle Ages. The aristocratic Tasca d’Almerita family has been making wine there since 1830. Its crowne jewels is the velvety-smooth Rosso del Conte. Made from 28 to 48-year-old Nero d’Avola vines, the wine tastes of dark berry fruits - just perfect with lamb or wild game. Also irresistible is Nozze d’Oro (golden wedding anniversary), a slightly nutty blend of Inzolia and Sauvignon Tasca, the estate’s unique white grape. Expect to see more unusual wines from Tasca d’Almerita, since they are currently experimenting with more than 60 grape varieties.