Sicily’s Mt. Etna boasts the highest elevation vineyards in all of Europe. For the Terre Nere Rosso this means late-ripening, delicate little berries of Nerello Mascalese with loads of aromatic complexity. Light as air on the palate, the flavor profile has me dreaming of wild strawberries, then the refined tannins and minerality suggest a Cru Beaujolais or Piedmontese Nebbiolo. But comparisons only get you so far. Luckily, you don’t need to scale the precarious slopes of this active volcano to sample this great juice.