Sicily has always been a major source of wine, one of Italy's most prodigious, but never a source of great wine. It was almost always dull, industrial reds and sweet whites with the occasional bright spot like Regaleali's great Rosso del Conte. That situation has changed dramatically in just the last ten years. Two regions in the east of the island have been spearheading this transformation: Etna and Vittoria. Both of these winegrowing regions can attribute their recent successes to a new, younger generation of winegrowers who've embraced not just their obscure, native varietals but also responsible farming and natural winemaking.