Our Wines

Fiano – Terre Siciliane IGP

Fiano was recently introduced to Sicily, where it has found the perfect terroir and really flourishes, which is why we decided to plant Fiano vines on the estate in 2010. This year is our first vintage of Santa Tresa Fiano and this wonderful grape variety has impressed us immensely.  Vibrant, fresh and full of character, our Fiano is different in style to our well-established Rina Ianca (a blend of Grillo and Viognier) and we are delighted to have two such interesting Sicilian white wines to offer to our customers.

Wine maker’s tasting notes

Tropical fruits are very noticeable in the bouquet and continue to characterise the palate, together with a really zesty, lemony acidity, which gives the wine an excellent balance.  There are a whole spectrum of flavours to discover, ranging from floral notes to honey and lots of different characteristics in between.

Food pairing

Santa Tresa Fiano makes a lovely aperitif and is delicious with a platter of sea food.  In Sicily, we would have something like Pasta Marinara with the Fiano – prawns and muscles served in a small amount of fresh tomato sauce over linguine.


2015 IWC 2016 – I TRANCHE UK Fiano Terre Siciliane IGP 2014 COMMENDED

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Our Way

The Old & The New

The Feudo (or estate) of Santa Tresa dates back to 1697 – since that time, wine has always been made here.  We found some archive photos taken at the end of the nineteenth century at Santa Tresa. We’ve had a lot of fun re-creating those photos -taken at exactly the same locations on the estate […]


The Vineyard

Santa Tresa red soil

Terra Rossa

The soil on the estate has ideal characteristics: a 40-100 centimetre surface layer of light red sandy loam on a well-drained limestone base, which helps to guarantee a constant supply of vital water. Today, the Feudo di Santa Tresa estate has around 50 hectares of vineyards. The minute selection of the clones and rootstocks and […]


Around Us

Mount Etna

The power and romance of Mount Etna, which at 3,323 metres is the tallest active volcano in Europe, and is undoubtedly the single most dominant feature of our part of Sicily.  Etna has attracted artists, poets and authors for centuries – a threatening, majestic presence with the most stunning views. Read more here. http://www.parcoetna.it/