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The island of Sicily is located in the Mediterranean Sea off the southern coast of Italy and is the largest wine-producing island in the world. Sicilian wine is known for its diverse range of grape varieties and wine styles. The combination of volcanic soil and a Mediterranean climate creates a unique terroir for wines produced near Mount Etna. The most widely grown grape varieties in the region include Nero d’Avola, Nerello Mascalese, and Frappato for red wines, and Grillo, Catarratto, and Inzolia for white wines, and are often noted for their bright acidity and subtle minerality, and can range in style from dry to off-dry.

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