[caption id="attachment_10186" align="alignright" width="150"] Ian D'Agata[/caption] by IAN D’AGATA. Sicily’s red wines, even the good ones, carry a monkey on their shoulders. Namely, most people think of them as broad, fleshy behemoths sporting superripe if not downright overripe aromas and flavors and unwieldy alcohol levels. But this

DOC Sicilia - Alastro 2015 Planeta This was one of the first wines to have seen the light at lake Arancio near the town of Sambuca di Sicilia in 1995, together with some more renowned Chardonnay and Merlot. Alastro is a long-sighted, proud and dignified wine that