The main local wine production involves processing local Inzolia wine grapes, known and liked by Pliny in ancient Rome, who distinguished it from other varieties and recognized it as one of the best whites on the entire island. The Inzolia is acknowledged as one of the heirs of Sicilian wine-making heritage. It withstands the extreme climate that characterizes this area and is a vigorous plant with medium-size, pentagon-shaped leaves.
It has quite large, conically shaped and medium-packed bunches with thick-skinned grapes that are powdery and golden yellow or amber in color with a crisp, sweet and aromatic flesh. Fermented separately, it provides a fine, straw-yellow wine with greenish highlights. Its flowery and fruity fragrances are perceptible as it is an aromatic variety. It is rather full-flavored and has good alcohol content, acidity and contours, features that make it well-balanced.