Explore the Best Wineries in Sicily

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

Producing wines using indigenous grapes varieties from 100 years.

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Via Castiglione, 49, Passopisciaro, Catania, Sicily, 95012, Italy

Producing wines in a century-old “Baglio,” in the heart of Marsala.

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Via Salemi 3, Marsala, Sicily, 91025, Italy

Discover the relics of the winery - old wooden press and traditional oil mill.

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Via Bortolone, 19 Località Roccazzo, Chiaramonte Gulfi, Sicily, Ragusa, 97010, Italy

Home to the Nero d’Avola producing wines with The Genuine Taste of Sicily

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Contrada Favara, Ispica, , 97014, Italy

Discover the winery, built on 2000 meters square, on the Lipari Islands.

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Via Caolino Sn, Lipari, Messina, Sicily, 98055, Italy

Holds double Italian and Swiss organic certification for producing excellent wines.

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SP 56 Bimmisca-Agliastro, 96017 Contrada Buonivini, Noto SR, Italy

Explore Sualtezza - an old building, dated 200 hundred years ago, converted into a winery.

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Tenute Lombardo, S.S. 122 Km 50,00, C.da Cusatino , Serradifalco, Italy

A winery in the Sicilian territory producing great Nero d’Avola wines

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C.Da Burgio - Coste Fredde Sp 22 Pachino-Ispica Km 6,5, Noto, Sicily, 96017, Italy

Producing Cerasuolo di Vittoria, the only DOCG Sicilian Wine of Caltagirone.

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C.Da Valle Delle Ferle, Caltagirone, Catania, 95041, Italy

Discover the small rural village that turned into a delicious winemaking estate.

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Contrada Pettineo, sn, 97019 Vittoria RG

Alagna Vini Winery is among the few Marsala wine producers in Italy

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Via Salemi 752, Marsala, 91025, Italy

Sicilian winemakers focused on enhancing the reputation of the premium native Nero d’Avola

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Cantina Armosa, C.Da Pezza Filippa, Scicli, 97018, Italy

Read More about Wineries in Sicily

Everything you need to know about wineries in Sicily. 

The best time to explore wineries in Sicily is from May to June or September to October. During these late spring and early fall months, the streets, beaches, and attractions won’t be as packed as they will be during the summer months. In these months, you will get to visit wineries in Sicily with the perfect climatic conditions and without finding too many people. 

Wineries in Sicily are each unique and have their own history, but here’s what to expect. 

  • Traditional family-run wineries
  • Wineries located close to Mount Etna
  • Organic and sustainable wineries
  • Award-winning wineries
  • Wineries that produce olive oil

Discover wineries across the main island of Sicily but also on the smaller islands that are part of the Sicily wine region.

Wineries in Sicily (mainland and smaller islands) offer a wide range of facilities that will make your visit unforgettable and perfect.

All wineries in Sicily have reduced mobility access in order to welcome all their guests, and many of them allow pet owners to bring their pets. Some wineries have activities specifically for kids so their parents can enjoy their wine tasting experiences and almost all wineries in Sicily have parking spaces for busses. This is less common in wineries on the small islands.

A very limited number of wineries have an accommodation but several more have a restaurant where you can enjoy local specialities paired with amazing wines. Check our Q&A below to discover the wineries in Sicily that offer these services.

The major grape varietals grown in Sicily are:

  • Nero d’Avola (red)
  • Nerello Mascalese (red)
  • Frappato (red)
  • Catarratto (white)

Wineries in Sicily mostly produce fine red and dessert wines, such as Nero d’Avola or red wines from the Etna. Wineries in Sicily also produce amazing sought-after sweet wines. The most famous are Marsala, Zibibbo and Passito di Pantelleria (typical of the island of Pantelleria). 

Here are some useful language tips that might help you during your visit in wineries in Sicily:

  • Wine = Vino
  • Winery = Cantina
  • Vineyard = Vigneto
  • Vine = Vigna
  • Red Wine = Vino Rosso
  • White Wine = Vino Bianco
  • Prosecco is always Prosecco!
  • Wine Route = Strada del Vino
  • Wine Tasting = Degustazioni di Vino
  • Cheers! = Cin Cin! or Salute!

Top 10 Q&As About Wineries in Sicily

A selection of the most frequently asked questions about wineries in Sicily.

Most of the wineries in Sicily are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Sicily is to book your visit in advance on our website.

These wineries in Sicily are open to the public with booking in advance:

Use our interactive Sicily winery map to browse wineries near Palermo, Catania and Siracusa.

Are you interested in reading more about Sicily in Italy? Read our travel guide to Sicily wine region, or visit our selection of the very best guide to wine tastings & tours in Sicily that you can book during your stay.