Cellars Madaudo were established in 1945 by grandfather Alfio. His passion for wine led him to specialize in the production of quality wines cultivating only native Sicilian grapes. Over the years the company has invested in human resources, professionalism, technology, marketing and communication, but the “mission” of Cantine Madaudo remains unchanged: Pull the highest quality from the fertile lands of Sicily.
The winery currently produces several collections of wines from IGT to DOC, DOCG, sparkling wines.
The Camporè Vineyards in Randazzo on the north side of Etna, 765 m above sea level, are run by the Madaudo Family, along with the staff of the estate, to make good wine in harmony with the generous nature that surrounds them. Located on a prehistoric lava flow, this soil and the climatic condition are perfect for growing Nerello Mascalese and Carricante.
Barone di Bernaj
15 labels of international grapes, some of them awarded at International Wine Competitions. All of these labels pair well with any kind of food, from local to international food. All wines are recognized on an international level, sold on 4 continents.
In 2012, the winemakers of Cantine Madaudo along with its experts in marketing and communication developed Manta d’Oro, a line of wines of excellent quality and refined communication impact that consists in a Nero d’Avola DOC and a Grillo DOC.
Both wines have been awarded Special Mentions and Prizes at several International Wine Competitions.
Nero d’Avola DOC
Among the Camporè wines there is Etna Rosso DOC, a wine that with age takes on a ruby red color tending to garnet, Etna Bianco DOC with its notes of white pulp fruit and an aftertaste of flint, Etna Rosato DOC with its pale pink color and the fresh and well balanced Sparkling Nerello Mascalese.