Home field advantage doesn't count in winemaking and everyone loves an underdog. Eduardo Torres Acosta moved from his home on the Canary Islands in 2012 to intern with esteemed Sicilian winemaker Ariana Occhipinti. Coupling this understudy experience with his upbringing working the vines on his father's own estate, Eduardo sought out availability on Mount Etna and was able to rent a few small parcels on the north side of the volcano. In just a few years, he’s established himself among the elite, delivering some of the best wines Sicily has to offer.
Predominantly Nerello Mascalese with other local varieties, this wine is a hypnotic blend of black cherry and violet; with grippier, structured tannins on the palate plus a bright, pleasing acidity, this wine has a weight that encourages aging so be sure to buy 2.