Rudinì

About us

Rudinì winery has been operating in the wine sector for about 50 years. Founded by Saro Di Pietro, it is located in the district of Camporeale, in the heart of Pachino, where a team of professionals works daily, combining the most up-to-date winemaking techniques to the traditional techniques of winemaking. The philosophy and memory of the founder is now accompanied by the entrepreneurial vision of his son Giuseppe and his wife Stefania, with a project that focuses on the care of details and puts man at the service of nature, to produce wines more and more responsive to market demands and able to tell the traditional riches of the territory.

Our winery

In fact, Rudinì draws its own grapes from over 200 hectares of the most qualified vineyards that extend around Pachino. Nero d'Avola is the autochthonous vine of this fortunate production area, today protected by the Denomination of Controlled Origin in the "Eloro Pachino" typology: the only DOC for Nero d'Avola. Recognized as the most famous Sicilian vine in the world, it is cultivated from very distant times in this small patch of land between the towns of Pachino, Noto, Rosolini, Ispica. It is here, in these hills with arid and drought climate, with maximum and average high temperatures and one of the highest exposure to light in Europe, that Nero d'Avola has always expressed its best. But, in addition to the prince of Sicilian wines, over the years the bouquet of the Rudinì company labels has been enriched with some varieties of grapes that are successfully grown in the vineyards of the area. Chardonnay, Inzolia, Syrah, Merlot show that they have found here an optimal habitat giving life to splendid wines, among the best in Italy.

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