Cantina Turrizzi

The estate located at the foot of the Etna

The composition of volcanic soil and the daily wide temperature changes which are typical of the northern slopes of the Etna, in Randazzo, covered by “Tozzi” vineyards, enhance wines with a pleasant and unique mineral content. The vineyards, located at an altitude between 700 and 800 metres, are cultivated by local experts. The soil is rich in sand and mineral salts, which convey a rare aromatic refinement to the grapes, along with silky and velvety tannins. The wine produced, matured in small oak barrels, features a good body, complexity and drinkability.

The estate located at the foot of the Etna

The composition of volcanic soil and the daily wide temperature changes which are typical of the northern slopes of the Etna, in Randazzo, covered by “Tozzi” vineyards, enhance wines with a pleasant and unique mineral content. The vineyards, located at an altitude between 700 and 800 metres, are cultivated by local experts. The soil is rich in sand and mineral salts, which convey a rare aromatic refinement to the grapes, along with silky and velvety tannins. The wine produced, matured in small oak barrels, features a good body, complexity and drinkability.

The estate located at the foot of the Etna

The composition of volcanic soil and the daily wide temperature changes which are typical of the northern slopes of the Etna, in Randazzo, covered by “Tozzi” vineyards, enhance wines with a pleasant and unique mineral content. The vineyards, located at an altitude between 700 and 800 metres, are cultivated by local experts. The soil is rich in sand and mineral salts, which convey a rare aromatic refinement to the grapes, along with silky and velvety tannins. The wine produced, matured in small oak barrels, features a good body, complexity and drinkability.

My family, which is native of Romagna, and Sicily, the island of the volcano, have something in common. Exchanged glances, in the first place. An encounter with the beauty of nature, of lime and orange groves, with fishermen and farmers. An encounter with the wind, with poets and intellectuals, with the rough, challenging, often unpredictable and ever moving soil of the Etna landscape. We have thus reached the “I Moganazzi” district.
Virginia Lo Rizzo

My family, which is native of Romagna, and Sicily, the island of the volcano, have something in common. Exchanged glances, in the first place. An encounter with the beauty of nature, of lime and orange groves, with fishermen and farmers. An encounter with the wind, with poets and intellectuals, with the rough, challenging, often unpredictable and ever moving soil of the Etna landscape. We have thus reached the “I Moganazzi” district.
Virginia Lo Rizzo

My family, which is native of Romagna, and Sicily, the island of the volcano, have something in common. Exchanged glances, in the first place. An encounter with the beauty of nature, of lime and orange groves, with fishermen and farmers. An encounter with the wind, with poets and intellectuals, with the rough, challenging, often unpredictable and ever moving soil of the Etna landscape. We have thus reached the “I Moganazzi” district.
Virginia Lo Rizzo