Appreciated worldwide and made both in the sweet and dry version, Zibibbo is a fine wine whose production cannot be particularly abundant: as established by the Production Regulations in force, in fact, it can only be obtained with grapes grown and processed in Sicily. Presenting itself to the eye with a vibrant yellow color of gold or amber hues, Zibibbo offers the nose an immediately recognizable scent, in which fruity notes are mixed, with a predominance of apricot, and hints of almond and orange blossom. On the palate, the Zibibbo wine is full-bodied and decidedly sweet. The taste is sweet, soft and persistent: from the initial sweet taste it passes to a fine and aromatic aftertaste that recalls the flavor of dried fruit and honey. In the sweet or passita version, Zibibbo is ideal for enhancing the taste of desserts and ice creams. Perfect to combine with any type of dessert, it offers excellent combinations when paired with Sicilian cassata and cannoli, pastries and cakes in almond paste, hazelnut and pistachio creams and ice creams. Also not to be underestimated is the intriguing mix that comes from combining the sweetness of Zibibbo raisin with savory first courses, foie gras and strong cheeses. The dry variant of this wine, on the other hand, is suitable for aperitifs, but it also goes well with vegetable appetizers and dishes based on shellfish and seafood.


Additional information


Wine with protected geographical indication - Terre Siciliane, obtained from grapes grown with the "biodynamic method of agriculture" in accordance with Demeter production standards;

Production area:

Hilly hinterland of the Province of Trapani. The territory in question has an altitude ranging from 350 and 450 m a.s.l., a hilly position, which, together with the favorable exposure of the vineyards, contributes to creating an environment that is adequately ventilated, bright and with a soil naturally draining from waste water, particularly suited to the cultivation of the vine. The silico-calcareous nature, the texture and the chemical-physical structure of the soils interact in a decisive way with the cultivation of the vine, contributing to obtaining the particular physical, chemical and organoleptic characteristics of the wine in question. Even the typically Mediterranean climate of the production area with rainfall concentrated in the autumn-winter period and drought for the remaining months of the year are all characteristics that lend themselves to quality viticulture;

Grapes used:

100% Zibibbo. Zibibbo is both the name of a white grape variety and of the sweet wine obtained from it. The word "zibibbo" comes from the Arabic word zabīb which means "raisins" or "raisins";

Training system:

Espalier with guyot pruning, with about 4500 plants per hectare and an average production of 120-130 quintals / hectare;


From the first to the second ten days of September, according to the climatic trend of the vintage. The grapes are harvested in the coolest hours of the day;


The harvested and selected grapes are immediately taken to the cellar to be de-stemmed and softly pressed. This is followed by a cold static decantation in temperature-controlled tanks, and fermentation at a controlled temperature of around 18 ° C. Maturation takes place in stainless steel tanks for about 4 months followed by refinement in the bottle;

Alcohol content and serving temperature:

12% – 12,5% vol. / 10 – 12 °C.;