FEUDI DEL PISCIOTTO
The boutique hotel Feudi del Pisciotto is situated in the Val di Noto, a unique position to discover and enjoy the beauty of south-eastern Sicily: the sea, cities of art, archaeological sites, all of which can be reached by car, travelling through a landscape that tells the story of the authentic spirit of Sicily.
Created by restoring an old 18th century baglio, Feudi del Pisciotto is today a welcoming and atmospheric hotel, where past traditions meet modern comfort in a harmonious combination that makes every part of the wine resort special.
The rooms and suites of the boutique hotel are situated in the habitable part of the old Palmento, today connected to a modern winery, which produces wines that make the best of the terroir, by following the teachings of Giacomo Tachis, the greatest Italian wine expert ever. The old Palmento is a magical place, and it embodies the timeless soul of this exclusive wine resort.
Guest Rooms and Suites:
All the Rooms and Suites in Feudi del Pisciotto are fitted out with every comfort you could wish for, and offer a stay full of relaxation and wellness in an exclusive and delightful location. The Val di Noto is the ideal place to stay if you want to discover all the wonderful things that Sicily has to offer, and they are easy to reach thanks to the strategic position of the wine resort.
The rooms are divided into four types, all of which offer friendly sophistication and privacy.
The Palmento di Feudi Restaurant
Il Palmento di Feudi is a place where quality ingredients and traditional Sicilian cooking meet innovation. A restaurant set in the distinctive vaulted space of the old tinaia of the Palmento, overlooking the remarkable barrel cellar, which can be seen through the glass floor. In the open kitchen, our chef prepares traditional Sicilian dishes, interpreted in a contemporary style, using the produce from land and sea that is so abundant and varied in Sicily, and of such excellent quality.
The Feudi Wine Cellar’s
A key element of Feudi del Pisciotto is its wine cellar. In fact, the traditional restoration of the eighteenth-century manor, which has become a luxury resort with a gourmet restaurant, left the old palmento intact, a place where grapes have been pressed for wine making since Greek and Roman Times. More recently, a modern wine cellar has been added to it.
In the same way, the range of wines known as wines of Feudi del Pisciotto is the result of a mix of ancient and modern. Respect for the Sicilian wine making tradition is combined with innovative ideas like growing Pinot Nero or making a Passito dessert wine from Gewürztraminer and Sémillon instead of Zibibbo.