Three generations of the Pillitteri family actively manage the winery; the 800-plus awards they’ve garnered is a testament to the family passion. Visit the barrel cellar – its centrepiece is an imposing concrete table with 23 steel chairs mounted to the wall around it, each engraved with a milestone in the family business.
While the wine was decent and the staff was lovely, I found this winery's atmosphere leaving me with something to be desired. It seemed perfectly average of what was to be expected. We didn't eat...
Many of the wines we tried were pretty pedestrian. The experience was just so so as you do not see anything but a wine shop. Felt like more of a tourist trap than a wine tasting.
Many wineries simply offer a tasting, and that can be fine, especially if you hope to visit multiple wineries. But we were very pleased to take a guided tour at Pillitteri. We got to learn of its...