After being bombarded by the hordes of cruise ship touristas in Taormina, we intentionally drove back up into Randazzo along the picturesque slopes of Mt. Etna where we parked the car and wandered the interesting architecture of black volcanic stone until we were rewarded with our find of this Enoteca who adopted us with warmth, welcoming us in with tastes of both red and white wines from vineyard lands on Etna's slopes that have been producing wine since 300 BC! Their food highlighted the local flavor of Bronte pistachios and The black pigs of Nebrodi with homemade pastas and macchiatos complements of the house with its adoring staff. Love this place!
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