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The MESSINA PROVINCE Wine Route   italian version
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         Messina Province Wine Route encompasses an area that geographically borders on two seas: the Tyrrhenian and the Ionian.
The hinterland includes the splendid Peloritani mountain range and the magnificent natural landscape of the Eolie Islands as well as an immense and considerably wealthy historical and architectural patrimony enriched by tourism packages that include the quality and tradition of local food and wine.
There are three different itineraries to follow along this wine route that lead to discovering the production area of the three DOC wines from the Messina province: the Faro wine route, the Mamertino wine route and the Malvasia delle Lipari wine
Each route proposes itineraries that will lead the adventurer to discover this land and enrich his sight, mind and palate with unique and unforgettable emotions.



The smell of honey and ripened fruit, particularly apricots, the golden colour of the amber tones in Malvasia delle Lipari passito doc, guide us in our discovery of an area of Sicily where the vineyards, sea, artistic and historical facts and the food paint a multi-coloured and breath-taking picture.
We start with a wine that most probably was introduced to Salina in the first three decades of the XVII century and which saw its peak in the 19th century
when a fleet of one hundred sailing ships transported itfor trade throughout the Mediterranean.

After a series of mishaps which caused its production to undergo serious crises
– mainly the vine disease in 1888-89

– cultivation of this vine gradually increased and has recently been re-launched by Carlo Hauner – also the name of his company
– and other famous wine-producing firms.
On the other hand, how can one not believe in a wine which, in its passito version, is so elegantly sweet?
There are two types of Malvasia delle Lipari DOC: passito and natural.
Produced on the Eolie Islands in the province of Messina, particularly on the Island of Salina, it is made using 95% white Malvasia delle Lipari grapes and 5 – 8% red Corinto grapes.
The passito version is renowned as a wine for thought but it is also wonderful with marbled cheeses and pastries such as the typical Sicilian cannoli and cassata.
The grapes are dried on the plant and harvesting is late. Alternatively, after picking, the grapes are carefully laid on «cannizze», cane mats, and left to dry in the sun or, in damper periods, in special rooms called «pinnate» which are open to the air on one side. «It looks like sulphur syrup. It is a volcanic wine, thick, sugary, golden… » as the French novelist Guy de Maupassant wrote in «A Wandering Life».
In order to appreciate the persuasive taste of this nectar, we suggest serving it in small glasses to enhance the concentration of the bouquet.


An eighteen kilometre journey takes us to the Islands of Lipari, Filicudi and Salina where we find the three municipalities of Santa Marina, Malfa and Leni. «Malvasia» would seem to derive from «malva sia», a plea to God which, legend has it, was uttered in defence by a poor local farmer who, while
carrying an amphor of muscat wine, was threatened by a tyrannical Arab governor who demanded to verify the contents of the container.
The journey unwinds from Lipari, the largest of the Eolie Islands and their pulsing heart. Famous for pumice stone extraction, tourism and fishing, Lipari is home to the impressive Castle stronghold, the unique by boat or hydrofoil can easily be scheduled from Lipari. Vucano Consult (tel. +39 090.9813408) offers good assistance in programming a good itineary.
One island worth a visit is Filicudi, dominated by Mount Fossa Felice, a 774-metre high extinct volcano. This island has seven extinct volcanoes and is furrowed by the deep weaving of mule drivers.
A compulsory stopover is the Don Minico farm (tel. +39 090.315013) whose lands are mainly given to vine cultivation, caper groves and herbs. Here one can savour a glass of Malvasia delle Lipari and lodge during summer.
Don Minico, located on the San Rizzo hills near Messina at the village of Quattrospade, produces local foods like «cucunciagra », a caper paté typical of the Eolie Islands, and «pagnotta a’ disgraziata», a wheat meal loaf filled with aubergines and baby artichokes, dried tomatoes, crushed olives, salami, local cheese and herbs.


Salina – that owes its name to the now abandoned salt flats at Lingua, a small town on the southern coast where an old light house still stands – is the perfect island for a holiday in complete contact with nature.
Many excursions can be planned, by car or scooter, along a road that offers the most beautiful views of the jagged coastline.
Obligatory stops for Malvasia wine tasting are Barone di Villagrande agricultural company (tel. +39 095.7894339) at Santa Maria di Salina, and the Carlo
Hauner company (tel. +39 090.6409427) at Lingua.
Carlo Hauner, originally a painter and designer from Brescia, moved to the island with a passion for winemaking.
An item of interest: the labels on his wine and caper packaging illustrate his paintings, inspired by the Eolian colours and architecture.
From Santa Maria Salina, the island’s main town, the route goes up to Malfa. A large group of people moved here from Amalfi during the age of the Maritime Republics, thus giving origin to the name.
The town is a small port of call and features the lovely Scario beach.
A few kilometres further on is the fortress, which was used as a check point in World War II. Continuing along the coastal road that overlooks Perciato Point, a splendid natural arch that can be seen from the sea or Pollara beach, the most charming beach on the island.
Before descending, it is worth taking a look at the house where “The Postman”, starring Massimo Troisi and Philippe Noiret, was filmed although unfortunately, you are not allowed near it!
There are several Strada del Vino companies in Malfa: Caravaglio (tel. +39 090.9843420), Colosi (tel. +39 090.53852), Daniela Virgona (tel. +39 090.9844570), Gaetano Marchetta (tel. +39 090.9844051), Fenech (tel. +39 090.9844041), all of which have been producing wine for more than two centuries and which, apart from Malvasia delle Lipari, also make a grappa from this same grape. And if this island captures our heart, we can stay overnight in a four-star hotel, maybe with a pool and solarium and a romantic view of Stromboli and Panarea like Hotel Signum at Malfa (tel. +39 090.9844222) or Hotel L’Ariana in Liberty style at Leni (tel. +39 090.9809075) to the south-east.
Just after the hamlet of Valdichiesa, with its wealth of Malvasia vineyards and its popular Madonna del Terzito sanctuary, Leni has a particulary beautiful black beach at Rinella.
The D’Amico Salvatore grape pressing mill deserves a visit (tel. +39 335.7878795).


Mamertino doc, in its white and red versions, is made from a blend of Catarratto Comune, Cataratto Lucido, Inzolia and Grillo white grapes and Nero d’Avola and Nocera red. Its origins date back to Roman times (289 a.C.).
Mamertinum, much loved by Plinio, was served by Giulio Cesare at the celebration banquet of his third consulate and was also mentioned in the «De Bello Gallico».
A local product of the Messina province, this pleasant DOC accompanies us along a 90-kilometre itinerary.
The starting point is Valdina where, as well as the majestic castle, the grappas and brandies produced by the distiller Giovanni La Fauci await (Giovi Company tel. +39 090.9942256).
And the company belonging to the wine expert Mimmo Paone can be found in Torregrotta (tel. +39 090.9981101).
Milazzo is another place not to be missed where the Roman-Byzantine castle, built on the summit of the ancient hamlet, stands out against the sky, a unique example of defensive art in Sicily. The walk to Capo Milazzo is also striking with its fascinating headland.
On this tour of the immense historical and architectonical Mamertine patrimony, a walk along the Garibaldi seafront is a must with its many shops and old buildings where, near Vaccarella, the Nicotina cake shop is located (tel. +39 090.9281689). Here one can savour and purchase the traditional nougats, marzipan and other typical Sicilian sweetmeats.
In via Nino Ryolo, next to the lovely Marina Garibaldi walk, the Messina Province Strada del Vino office organises guided visits to the wine cellars with typical local product tastings.
The travel weary can stay at Hotel La Bussola (tel. +39 090.9221244), an elegant four-star building with views over the port and its own adjoining restaurant called Sofia’s Bistrot, where the menu includes a selection of typical Milazzo dishes and seafood specialities accompanied by various Mamertino wines.
The agricultural company, Celi (tel. +39 090.930716), with its typical oils is located at San Filippo del Mela and we can stop at the country farmstay Belvedere (tel. +39 090.9391575).
The next stop is at the charming little town of Santa Lucia del Mela on the slopes of Mount Mankarruna, which has been a thriving area of olive, citrus fruit and grape production for as long an anyone can remember.
Along the way we drop into the «N’to Pammentu» wine and food hall run by the Parra agricultural company (tel. +39 090.935764) to taste some Sicilian delights.
Next is the Vasari company (tel. +39 090.9359956) with its premises in the old farm complex where savouring a glass of Mamertino in the large wine-tasting hall with the old millstones nearby, is not to be missed.
Arriving at this little inland hill town, lovers of cultural tourism can admire about ten churches which house many works of art.
The indisputable star of the town’s age-old history is the Arabian-Swabian-Norman castle where Federico II and Pier delle Vigne once lived.
Rodi Milici is the next stop, preferably during carnival when the «Misi ill’Annu» satire-comedy is performed, a personification of the twelve months of the year in agropastoral dialect.
The town has a prehistoric acropolis and, as well as other historical-artistic relics, an interesting contemporary art gallery.
After visiting Furnari with its characteristic Portorosa, we arrive in Tripi, one of the oldest and most charming places in the Nebrodi mountain area.
A quiet and reclusive town, Tripi boasts a very old castle and the Abacena necropolis whose origins date back to about 1100 BC.
Comfortable lodgings can be had at Borgo Abacena Country Resort, a farmstay immersed in the green countryside and close to the sea (tel. +39 0941.801148).
From here one can also go to Patti, with its exquisite medieval quarter and Roman villa dating back to the imperial age and the beautiful Marinelli Lakes, expanses of water formed by the high tide on the wide sandy flats at the feet of Capo Tindari.
Not to be missed is a visit to Tindaris Archaeological park with its IV century BC theatre and many other historical remains. Dulcis in fundo, why not enjoy a toast with Mamertino at the Daemone wine company owned by Valeria Furnari (tel. +39 0941.317708) deep within the lush vineyard and with a delightful panoramic terrace.


An intense ruby-red colour and a heavenly bouquet with a hint of morello cherry and ripe fruit: Faro DOC accompanies us, leaving us with emotions that only the Messinese wine-making culture, dating back to the Mycenaean age (approximately XIV century BC) can evoke.
We are talking about one of the first Sicilian DOC wines, recognised in 1976, which is obtained from the hilly areas around Messina, especially Spartà, Faro Superiore, Castanea and, to the south, S. Stefano and San Placido Calonerò.
The grapes used are mainly Nerello Mascalese with a 45 to 60% share, Nocera with 5 to 10% and Nerello cappuccio from 15 to 30%.
One possible itinerary starts from the Benedictine monastery at S. Placido Calonerò (XVI century), where two sixteenth century cloisters now house the «Cuppari » agriculture section of the Istituto Minutoli. The vineyards belonging to the Institute’s adjoining farming company set the background to this magnificent building that also houses the provincial wine cellar. By following the coast in a southerly direction one reaches the town.
The cathedral, its overlooking square and Orion’s Fountain, a masterpiece by Motorsoli, are among the items of most interest.
Heading north, one comes across the Messina Regional Museum which displays, among other things, important works by Caravaggio («Adoration of the
Shepherds» and «The Resurrection of Lazaro ») and by Antonello da Messina («Polyptych of St. Gregory» and a doubled sided wooden tablet).
Passing through the villages along the northern coastal road where some prestigious Liberty style villas are to be found (Villa Bosurgi, the congressional premises of Messina University, Villa Florio, Villa Martines, Villa Roberto), one enters into the hilly area of Faro Superiore where we have a stoppover at the Vigna Sara farm (tel. +39 090.389071 - +39 090.43059) in the place Faro Superiore. The owners, Mariacarla and Franco Caruso, offer wine tasting in their wine cellar, which includes an old
millstone, as well as in the garden around their house. Francesco Giostra Reitano’s farm is also located on the Tyrrhenian coast (tel. +39 090.2928205). The Fortino degli Inglesi, whose original sixteenth century square tower was rounded by the English in the nineteenth century, stands erect at Capo Peloro. It now houses the Horcynus Orca Literary Park with its archaeological tour and various cultural initiatives. At Spartà one can take the road that passes
through the villages of «Masse» and «Castanea » and leads to Colle San Rizzo. From here one can access the «Dinnammare» Santuary with its marvellous view over the Tyrrhenian and Ionian Seas.
At the crossroads to Dinnamare, in the town of Quattrostrade, refreshments can be enjoyed at the Don Minico stall (tel. +39 090 315013) where one can feast on a “a disgraziata” loaf, try the honeys, preserves and “cucunciagra” together with the Strada wines.


Eyes, nose and palate are completely enthralled by the colours, perfumes and flavours of this exquisite Mediterranean cuisine with influences that can be traced back to the Greeks, Normans, Arabs, Romans, Spanish and English. There are also innumerable local festivals that unite folklore northern coastal road where some prestigious Liberty style villas are to be found (Villa Bosurgi, the congressional premises of Messina University, Villa Florio, Villa
Martines, Villa Roberto), one enters into the hilly area of Faro Superiore where we have a stoppover at the Vigna Sara farm (tel. +39 090.9809420). The owners, Mariacarla and Franco Caruso, offer wine tasting in their wine cellar, which includes an old millstone, as well as in the garden around their house. Francesco Giostra Reitano’s farm is also located on the Tyrrhenian coast (tel. +39 090.2928205). The Fortino degli Inglesi, whose original sixteenth century
square tower was rounded by the English in the nineteenth century, stands erect at Capo Peloro. It now houses the Horcynus and food. This seductive tour of taste that includes a gluttonous summary of history, customs, traditions and culture, departs from the Eolie Islands. In the forefront are rosemary, basil, garlic, mint, calamint, olives, cherry tomatoes and the famous Salina capers.
The undisputable star of Eolie Island recipes to spaghetti alla strombolana with c a p e r s, to pasta with sea urchins, Eolie Island caponata and spatola (pallet fish) pie.
From the many sweets available, we have selected vastiduzze, little cakes made with raisins and almonds, and delicious spicchiteddi, with a base of cooked wine, cloves and cinnamon. Along the Mamertino doc Wine Route there are some very good flour mills that produce first class hard wheat flour used for making bread and excellent maccaroni.
The local butchers, not only sell meat, but also stock various sausages and pork bacon, all locally produced. Furthermore, especially at Christmas, the locals prepare the so-called «riso nero» (black rice), flavoured with cocoa and coffee, while on St.
Joseph’s Day, 19th March, it is traditional Faro: one to cook sfinci, cinnamon- flavoured pancakes.
Thanks to the great variety of products, the culinary tradition in the Furnari area ranges from tasty and refined fish-based dishes (spaghetti in a stuffed tattler sauce, a beccafico sardines …) to rich plates of vegetables, seasoned with olive oil, that are just as tasty (stuffed aubergines, aubergines and cheese bake, peperonata…).
Hot ricotta, the various provola cheeses, «tuma» and sheep’s milk pecorino as well as typical sweets like cuddure, soft pastry biscuits in various shapes and forms, are also well worth trying. The cake shop windows proudly display their martorana fruits, so ably shaped by the confectioners.
Other delicacies to be found are the cannoli in Messina, traditional specialities like the pancakes in Catania, whipped rice in Enna, sweet rice balls filled with chocolate and melon ice in Palermo, schiumette in Siracusa and impanatiglie in Ragusa.
On the journey along the Wine Route one can come across Salame S. Angelo, a niche product of Sicilian sausage. It is produced by strictly adhering to the old traditional method of coarsely cutting the meat with the tip of the knife and enclosing it in pig gut. It is then seasoned naturally without any artificial conditioning thanks to the micro-climate in the Santangiolese valley. These unique conditions yield a product of unequalled quality that, with just one tying and after 45 days of seasoning, is ready to be consumed.
The ragù made with sardines, saffron, pine kernels, raisins and wild fennel is also wonderful.
Fried swordfish, anchovies and sardines are also used to season the pasta. The seafood from Lake Faro and Ganzirri are also excellent: mussels, clams, fasolari (a type of shellfish) make ideal seasonings for steaming spaghetti or to liven up an irresistible fish soup or a fresh seafood salad.
Stockfish, one of the most typical foods on the Strait, deserves its own particular mention. The dish «morte sua» is ‘a ghiotta, that is, cooked with onion, celery, salted green olives, capers, tomato sauce and potatoes and all abundantly sprinkled with extra virgin olive oil. The most famous of Messinese confectionary are the traditional white and lemon-scented or chocolate “pignolata”, ricotta cheese cannoli and coffee or strawberry flavoured water-ice
with cream or lemon-flavoured and the renowned assortment of ice creams. These delights alone are a valid reason for embarking on a “gluttonous”
tour. Last but not least is Limone Interdonato, name that refers to a natural hybrid between a citron clone and a lemon clone and produced in a vast area along the Ionian coast in the province of Messina that is traditionally famous for its citrus fruits. This fruit, which has been awarded the IGP recognition, blends the excellent qualities of citron and lemon into one. It has a tapered shape, a thin rind, a pleasant bouquet and the juice is not too acidic. It is used in a variety of recipes.




A perennial shrub of tropical origin, in Sicily the caper is mainly grown on the islands of Salina and Pantelleria.
The most commonly-grown species is the Tondina (or Nocellara) because it produces harder and heavier berries. Harvesting is done from the end of May through August.
Then the capers are left to dry in a cool place on jute cloths to stop them from opening. They are then covered in salt, alternating a layer of capers with a layer of coarse sea salt.
Over the next four or five days the capers are t r a n s f e r r e d from one «tinedda» to another so that the combined action of the salt and heat due to fermentation does not spoil them.
They are ready for eating after about a month.


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Malvasia delle Lipari:

• Mimmo Paone Produttore Vinicolo
Corso Sicilia, 63 - Torregrotta
Via Santa Marta, 274 - 98123 Messina
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• Azienda Vinicola Barone di Villagrande
di Nicolosi Asmundo
Via del Bosco, 25 - Milo (CT)
Azienda: Via Belvedere - Santa Marina Salina (ME)
Tel./Fax +39 095 7894339

• Azienda Agricola
“Hauner Carlo Azienda Agricola Spa”

Via del Bufalo, 20 - Messina
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• Fenech Francesco
Via Fratelli - Malfa
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Via Indipendenza, 8 - Malfa
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• Daniela Virgona
Via Bandiera, 2 - Malfa
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• Salvatore D’Amico
Via Libertà - Leni
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• Antonino Caravaglio
Via Vittoria, 5 - Santa Marina Salina
Azienda: C/da Gramignazzi - Malfa
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• Don Minico S.a.s.
di Paolo Mazza & C. Azienda Agricola
Frazione Valdichiesa - Filicudi
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• Cantine Colosi S.n.c.
Via Militare Ritiro, 23 - Cantina zona industriale
Direz. Viarica C Giammoro Messina, Pace del Mela
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• Mimmo Paone Produttore Vinicolo
Corso Sicilia, 63 - Torregrotta
Via Santa Marta, 274 - 98123 Messina
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• Azienda Agricola
“Vigna Sara di Caruso Francesco”
Via Oratorio della Pace, 7 - Messina
Tel. +39 090 9809420

• Giostra Reitano Francesco
Via Bergamo, 47A - Messina

• Istituto Superiore “G. Minutoli”
Contrada Gazzi Fucile - Messina
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• Società Giovi S.r.l.
Via Valdina - Valdina
Tel. +39 090 9942256
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• Parra Francesco
Via Roma 100 - Santa Lucia del Mela
Tel. +39 090 935764

• Hotel L’Ariana Gestione Free-Time snc
di Patrizia Lopes & C.
Via Rotabile - Rinella, Leni
Tel. +39 090 9809075
Fax +39 090 9809250

• Turismo Rurale Belvedere
Via Belvedere di Calderone Salvatore
San Filippo del Mela

• Borgo Abacena
di Aliberti Luigi Guglielmo
C/da Campogrande - Tripi
Tel. +39 0941 801148

• Hotel Signum di Rametta Clara
Via Scalo, 15 - Malfa
Tel. +39 090 9844222 - 090 9844375
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• VulcanoConsult
di Gennaro D’Agata Alfredo
Via Vittorio Emanuele, 30 - Lipari
Tel. +39 090 9813408
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• Don Minico S.a.s.
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Colli San Rizzo - Quattro Strade
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Ristorante - Bistrot Sofia
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Piazza Milite Ignoto, 45 - Santa Lucia Del Mela
Marina Garibaldi 113 – Milazzo
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• Azienda Agricola Galletta
Via Ruvoli 5 - Valdichiesa - Leni
Tel. 0909809192
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• Azienda Agricola Calderone
Via Benedetto Genovese, 3 - Barcellona P.G.

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C.da Pisana - Gari - San Piero Patti
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Società Agricola MARGI snc

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Azienda Agricola IL DAINO
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Corso Garibaldi, 243 - San Filippo del Mela

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