Eruzione 1614 Carricante is a wine that captures the essence of the territory and the thousand-year history of Mount Etna. It takes its name from the volcano’s historic eruption in 1614, an event that strongly marked the landscape and surrounding communities. The grapes come from vineyards organically cultivated on the slopes of the mountain at high altitudes, which give the wine its unique character.

As a tribute to this extraordinary landscape, today the bottle has a brand new look, a restyled label that captures the essence of the eruption through a graphic of smoke and lapilli and embodies the energy and vitality of this unique territory.