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Feudo Maccari was painstakingly assembled from numerous owners and more than 50 separate plots on the southerly hillsides near the town of Noto.

Feudo Maccari

About the Brand

from: Italy

Points of Distinction
  • The Sicilian estate of Antonio Moretti, owner of Tenuta Sette Ponti and Poggio al Lupo in Tuscany
  • Producing well-regarded Nero d’Avola-based wines
  • An estate assembled from more than 50 separate plots, giving rise to a diversity that promotes complexity in the wine

Just over a mile from the sea on the southern tip of the island of Sicily, Antonio Moretti, owner of Tenuta Sette Ponti and Poggio al Lupo in Tuscany, established Feudo Maccari in 2000. This 250-acre estate was assembled from numerous owners and more than 50 separate plots on the southerly hillsides near the town of Noto. Vines existed in some parcels, and others were planted to the native Nero d’Avola and other selected red grape varieties.

Cultivation and winemaking follow the demands of the harsh climate and the pursuit of quality. Yields are restricted, and the fruit is treated gently and given the temperature-controlled fermentation that results in the finest-quality Sicilian wines.

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