A family of estates
Across the five estates, which include the historical Regaleali estate, Capofaro on the Aeolian island of Salina, Tascante on the slopes of Mount Etna, Whitaker on Mozia, and Sallier de La Tour in the Monreale DOC, Tasca grows more than 50 grape varieties, of which over half are grown for research purposes for Sostain – an Italian wine NGO that Tasca has been a member of for over a decade. They are also involved in the V.I.V.A. Sustainable Wine programme that allows them to both quantify and reduce the impact of their production on the environment. Aside from helping with vital research, Tasca also uses renewable energy in both their wine production and running of the estates.
Immersed in Sicilian culture
A tour through their Regaleali estate will take you through vines including Nero d’Avola, Perricone, and Cabernet Sauvignon, while the grain and wheat fields nearby are harvested and used to create delicious breads and pastas to be enjoyed with the olives found throughout Tasca’s properties. A cookery school and restaurant here also champions farm-to-table style cuisine, and guests staying at any of the various estates can learn sustainable practices to take home with them.