One of the Oldest Wineries in Sicily
Cambria Wines come from one of the longest running wineries in Messina in the northeast Sicily. The story of the Cambria family winery started in 1868 when Matteo Cambria, produced a high amount of wine in his small production and decided to sell the excess wines. From that time onwards, the company was born and has been continuously producing and selling wines ever since. The passion of winemaking was handed down from father to son at Cambria Wines. Each generation of the Cambria Family worked to enhance the family business to bring it to its present status.
Experience the Rare Local Wine Nocera
The family winery boasts a total area of land spanning 35 hectares. 20 hectares are dedicated for vineyards whereas 4 hectares of land are covered in olive groves which the company uses to run a small production of olive oil. In the vineyards, the cultivate various grape varieties such as Nero D’avola, Nerello Mascalese, Inzolia, Grillo, Catarratto, Chardonnay and Syrah. Since 2009, they have harvested a local autochthonous vine known as Nocera, which is used to produce a rare local wine by the same name. They produce other red, white, rose, sparkling, dessert and fortified wines in their modern winery inaugurated in 2009. The winery was awarded as the most technological wine cellar in Sicily.
Challenge your Senses at Matteo Cambria
The winery has come a long way from the days of Matteo Cambria. Come for a visit and see how the winery transitioned from a small local production to a huge wine producer who are known all over the world.