Cantine Settesoli: A Sicilian Wine Cooperative

Cantine Settesoli at Organic Newspaper

Cantine Settesoli, a Sicilian wine cooperative of 2,000 farmers. Since 1958 they believe in the value of the community, in the quality of the wines, it produces and in the economic, social and environmental well-being generated by teamwork.

Their territory is a great gift for the people who are living in the area and they are taking care of it every day. The soils, landscapes, climate, exposure, altitude, biodiversity: natural elements that harmonize in infinite combinations on 6,000 hectares of vineyards, creating unique conditions for each of more than 30 varieties of grapes cultivated by the members. The winemakers of the cooperative invest in the vineyard and together invest in the organization, which is a choice of innovation.

They have chosen to follow the path of quality where there is a constant relationship between agronomists and members, who are highly experienced and internationally renowned and are guided during the period of their work in the field, to get the best out of their grapes, their soils, and the soil and climatic characteristics of their vineyards which protects the winegrowers, the wine they produce and the area in which they live in.

Recently, they have joined International Organic Awards 2020 and has received numerous awards for the following products:

Inycon Syrah Organic, Terre Siciliane IGT, 2019
Settesoli Grillo Bio, Sicilia Doc, 2019
Inycon Grillo Bio, Sicilia Doc, 2019
Jummare Nero d’Avola Bio Vegan, Sicilia Doc, 2019
Jummare Vermentino Bio Vegan , Terre Siciliane Igt, 2019
Inycon Nero d’Avola Shiraz Organic 2019

Inycon Chardonnay Organic , Terre Siciliane Igt, 2019
Settesoli Nero d’Avola Bio, Sicilia Doc, 2019
Jummare Grillo Bio Vegan, Sicilia Doc, 2019

Cantine Settesoli is the first wine company in Italy to certify the traceability of the entire production chain, from the vineyard to the cellars (where they focused on energy efficiency and have one of the largest photovoltaic systems in the Italian sector).

To know more about the cooperative, you may visit their website by clicking here.