In the Library of Wine (Wine Pavilion, A Taste of Italy) you can taste the oldest native varieties of the Regaleali area – memories of an ancient wine-making tradition. You will find Lamuri 2013, from a selection of Nero d'Avola grapes grown on high hills, Guarnaccio 2013, the ancient name of Perricone grapes, Antisa 2014 and Cavallo delle Fate 2014, single-variety wines from Grillo and Catarratto grapes, respectively. Then there is Nozze d’Oro 2013, a wine dedicated to the family history, obtained from a combination of Inzolia and Sauvignon (Grand Cru section), and Rosso del Conte 2011, from Nero d'Avola cultivated as bushes, desired and created by Count Giuseppe – the emblem of the characteristics of the Regaleali Estate (Grandi Marchi section). We also look forward to welcoming you on June 5 to the tasting room, where we will introduce you to our Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 and talk about the VIVA project, sponsored by the Ministry of the Environment. On September 28 we invite you to a meeting to learn more about our Estates.