The Cusumanos are one of a handful of Sicilian families who put Sicilian winemaking on the map by crafting wines that reflect local viticultural traditions but also have immense international appeal.
Founded in 2001, the Cusumano winery group includes more than 500 hectares planted to vine across Sicily’s top appellations. As one of the leading families of Sicilian viticulture, the Cusumanos have revolutionized the island’s winemaking styles by focusing on both native and international grape varieties. They have also been pioneers in producing fine white wine from a region of Italy known primarily for red wine production. Entirely family-owned and operated, the Cusumano family’s wineries employ cutting-edge technology that allows them to produce a wide range of wines, from classic to modern. And their eye-catching packaging makes them favorites of restaurateurs and retailers across the world.
From the winery’s iconic 100 percent Grillo (a native white grape) grown at high altitudes of 400 meters to its classic Nero d’Avola (the island’s quintessential red), and its wines made from international grape varieties, Cusumano produces wines that are enjoyed by both critics and consumers alike.