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Case Ibidini, the second label of Valle dell’Acate, changes its name with “Tenuta  Ibidini”.
The company wants to enhance the tradition, the authenticity and sustainability of its wines.

Case Ibidini, second label of Valle dell’Acate, changes its name to Tenuta Ibidini.
The name comes from the district, “Bidini”, land of the ancient vineyards owned by the Jacono family. With the term “Tenuta” the company intends to give prominence to the suggestive stone architecture and the architectural heritage of the estate that evoke the rural world, and testify the great attention to the environment and the preservation of traditions and history: heritage that Valle dell’Acate has boasted for six generations… Read more…

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British Circle of Wine Writers week trip to the Sicily Wine Society 3-9 Jun 2013 London Circle of Wine discovery Sicily wine 3-9 Jun 2013 start Etna Wine … Read more…

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Acate is a municipality in the south of Sicily, part of the province of Ragusa.This hilly zone was called Achates by the ancient Greeks and Romans because it was known for its agate… Read more…

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Light Bodied, High Acid Reds

“If you’re waiting for pizza delivery, I suggest using those 30 minutes to relax—grab your lightest bodied red wine available, be it a reasonably priced Chianti, Pinot Noir, or Gamay. Light body, low tannin, and high acid is the key to weaning yourself off of the impulse of a half-rack of beer… Read more…

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Gaetana Jacono,Valle Dell’Acate wines entrepreneur appointed as brand ambassador of the Cerasuolo di Vittoria and the Ragusa territory.

The entrepreneur Gaetana Jacono, head of Valle dell’Acate wines, has been appointed as brand ambassador of the Cerasuolo di Vittoria and the Ragusa territory
The title, conferred by the Regional Agriculture Councillor: Dario Cartabellotta, is an important recognition to a great businesswoman and a bearer of the values of the land around the world, who is deeply committed to spread the culture of wine outside the border of her land… Read more…

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I love to cook and my grandfather was the one who honed my skills when it came to Italian food. Whether my ravioli didn’t have enough cheese or my sauce wasn’t sweet enough, Grandpa Joe would always voice an opinion. He was also adamant about having a good, Italian, red wine with those dinners…

 

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