Three histories in a single group
The Duca di Salaparuta Group owns three historic wine brands that represent Sicily and Italy worldwide: Corvo and Duca di Salaparuta, founded in 1824, and Florio launched in 1833. Gathered into one group by the Reina family, the two companies together today constitute the largest private wine group in Sicily. They express the island’s history and its land through their suggestive Estates and the historic Marsala and Casteldaccia Wine Cellars... But above all through their wines.
A unique quality
Three approaches that share the same passion for their territories and for innovation. Choosing the best land, caring for their vineyards, applying constant quality controls to grapes and wines... And finally bringing them to you.
A unique territory
Deep roots in the sun-warmed soils of Sicily are shared by all the Duca di Salaparuta Group’s wines. A heritage of colours, aromas and flavours that we export all over the world
Two Wine Cellars rich in history, art and design
Where different stories are weaved together
Almost 200 years of history are an extraordinary amount of time in which innovation, lives and adventures have followed and weaved together. From the first half of the 19th century to today, Duca di Salaparuta, Corvo and Florio have helped to shape the history of Sicily and Italy.
Duca di Salaparuta Hospitality
Come and explore our historic Wine Cellar facilities. The Duca di Salaparuta and Corvo Winery in Casteldaccia (Palermo) and the Florio Winery in Marsala. A fascinating journey into the world of wine, design and culture.
The perfect wine for every occasion
Every moment of the day, of the year, of a lifetime is unique. Duca di Salaparuta, Corvo and Florio offer you a range of perfect wines to enhance each of these moments.
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