Tenuta Delle Terre Nere
Miele di Fiori di Castagno (Chestnut Honey):
The honey comes from the Terre Nere winery's own production from a chestnut forest from Etna at an altitude of up to 1,200 meters. Chestnut honey tends to crystallise very slowly and irregularly or even remain liquid. It is particularly rich in minerals, of moderate sweetness and an appealing bitter note.
Miele di Millefiori (Wildflower Honey):
The extraordinary floral aroma of this very rare wildflower honey comes from a variety of different wild flowers that grow on the slopes of Etna.
Miele di Fiori di Sulla (Sulla Flower Honey):
Sulla is a herbaceous plant typical of the Mediterranean region and widespread in Abruzzo, Molise, Calabria and Sicily. It comes from the legume family and its honey has a very light complexion that clearly distinguishes it from darker varieties such as melata or castagno. Extremely delicate in flavour, as is its fragrance, with a delicate, very pleasant vegetal note.
- Product of Sicily, Italy