Morgentino Sparkling Red

IGT Terre Siciliane



Morgentino Rosso celebrates the winemaking heritage of Sicily, combining the Nerello Mascalese and Petit Verdot grape varieties. Grown on volcanic and clay soils at altitudes ranging from 100 to 600 meters, this wine embodies the essence of the Sicilian terroir. With its bright, effervescent ruby red color, it offers intense notes of wild berries and rosehips on the nose, while on the palate it reveals itself young, fresh, with a delicate effervescence and velvety tannins. Perfect as an aperitif or paired with typical Sicilian flavors, Morgentino is a tribute to the island’s winemaking tradition, from the deep ancestral connection with the Morgeti to the veneration of Bacchus.


Nerello Mascalese, Petit Verdot


IGT Terre Siciliane




Ideal as an aperitif and in combination with typical Sicilian salami and short-medium aged cheeses, we recommend light first courses, grilled meats, and all unstructured vegetable and meat specialties typical of the Mediterranean tradition

aging and refinement

Bottle for at least 30 days

The Ancestral Link: Morgentino and the Legacy of the Morgetians

The flavor of a thousand-year history

Morgentino wine has its roots in the legend of King Morgete and the Morgeti, ancient custodians of eastern Sicily and pioneers of viticulture.
These people, forerunners in “sapling” grape cultivation, left a legacy of agricultural wisdom that Cantine Patria continues to honor.
The passage of Chalcidian settlers further enriched this tradition, blending cultures and techniques into a deep connection with the divine, represented by Bacchus,
god of wine.

Morgentino is not just a wine, but a living symbol of a history that intertwines myth and land, a tribute to the continuity of a winemaking practice that defines Sicily’s identity. Each sip narrates millennia of dedication,
combining timeless quality with tradition.


Where the vines
face the fire

Nestled in the unique atmosphere of Northern Etna, our estate represents the beating heart of the volcano, a region steeped in a volcanic heritage that lends strength and complexity to our wines.