In a glass of Judeka wine you can find Sicily

Special attention has been paid to the research and innovation of our products.
“We use technological processes that allow us to achieve our goals: to improve and personalise, to minimise the use of foreign additives such as sulphites and bentonite, as well as enzymes in the tank”, Valentina Nicodemo points out.
Thanks to the help of new and state of the art machinery, Judeka manages to make unique wines.
The grapes come from our well nurtured, organic farm, which maintains the character of the fruit intact while preserving the typicality of the territory. Judeka, which extends over 45 hectares, uses the Guyot system to let the plant constantly renew itself. Clay and sand in the soil give the grapes a particular beauty and intense aroma. The plants were made using wild rooted vine cuttings, that were subsequently grafted with specific grape strains native to the area.
300/400 meters above sea level. The position of the vineyards is strategic: to the South there is a river, and a natural gorge helping ventilate the area with a Mediterranean breeze. The wind, which also comes from the Iblei mountains, blows through the vines and ensures that they are not attacked by pests and insects.
Sulphur and copper are the only treatments preformed. The harvest is done by hand. “Organic is in our DNA. Judeka wines are the result of careful oenology that respects the consumer. All treatments aim to guarantee the products uniqueness, authenticity and genuineness”, says Valentina Nicodemo.
The first vines to be planted were chosen following the traditions of the region: Frappato united with Nero d’Avola, Sicily’s mother vine. The blend, or rather the combination between the two grapes, creates the Cerasuolo di Vittoria. Caltagirone is part of Cerasuolo di Vittoria, the only DOCG (Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin) in Sicily.
Judeka offers the Nero d’Avola Doc Vittoria that comes from three different types of Nero d’Avola. But at the same time offers: a pure Frappato, a pure Nero d’Avola, a Frappato vinified in white and a Rosé Frappato.
Judeka also cultivates Insolia, Chardonnay, Sirah, Grillo, Zibibbo vines. And for the future will cultivate Perricone, Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc.
Ruby red, deep pink, golden yellow, these and others are the colourful shades of our wines. Fresh and fragrant hints of strawberries, cherries, plums, ripe apricots, chocolate, and black pepper. You can find the elegant notes of Mediterranean flowers such as zagara, jasmine and Scotch broom: in a glass of Judeka wine you can find Sicily.
“We control the entire supply chain, from the vine to the bottle. In addition, all the components: corks, bottles, labels, boxes, are all made in Italy”, states Cesare Nicodemo with pride.

The labels and the bottles tell the story of the Island. Both in terms of colours and design, with the lively Sicilian carts and traditional ceramics from Caltagirone.
Each label’s colour has its own meaning.
Green, for Nero d’Avola Doc Vittoria, to pay homage to the region, and the environment.
White, for Cerasuolo di Vittoria, to illustrate our transparency and authenticity.
Yellow, for Frappato, to pay homage to the colour of our sandy soil.
Light blue, for the Frabianco (Frappato vinified in white), to remember the sea and the sea breeze.
Blue, for the Blandine, to evoke the sky.





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