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The Hong Kong Wine Company

Voted the Best Italian Wine Importer in Hong Kong

Sicily

Famous for its stunning landscape and embracing sea breeze, Sicily is also Italy's third-largest wine producing region, while producers are now paying more attention to quality than quantity of their wines, such that more exciting and fantastic wines come from vineyards near to Etna, Sicily's active volcano.

Graci

The winery is located on the North slope of Mount Etna at Passopisciaro, an area where viticulture goes back several thousand years.The vineyards are located at an altitude of between 600 and 1,000 metres above sea level. Planting density ranges between 6,000 and 10,000 vines per hectare. The oldest vines are ungrafted because phylloxera didn’t survive on the volcano environment.

Inycon

Inycon is a selection of premium wines that recalls Menfi’s ancient Greek name, from the uncontaminated territory on the south-western coast of Sicily. Surrounded by the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, Inycon is a dedicated wine growing community works together to produce distinctive wines, packed with the flavours, the colours and the warmth of Sicily.

Porta Palo

Porta Palo is one of the numerous labels of Cantine Settesoli. The Estate was founded in 1958 and is now one of the most dynamic and modern wine companies in Sicily, launching international varietal wines in 2001 with the aim was to produce fine everyday wines at a fair price. Porta Palo is a pretty seaside village on the sun-kissed south of Sicily and it is the sun and the warm climate which make the difference here.

Mandrarossa

Mandrarossa was founded in 1999 after more than 20 years of studying the terroirs. The Mandrarossa wines are the result of constant research and experimentations towards innovation. From the hills of the south-eastern coast that reach the sea, to Etna’s black sands, Mandrarossa researches the best habitats that allow each cultivar to fully express its potential.