So different yet so similar, Pinot Noir and Nerello Mascalese are opposites on all counts: one is French, the other Italian. The former is an icon of French wine production while the latter is anchored in the history of Mount Etna. What unites them however, is a great sensory finesse. These are two different wines, but they share a similar elegance. To taste the difference for yourself try comparing Tramin wineries' Pinot Noir with Nicosia's "Fondo Filara".