(Map courtesy of Cellar Tours)That being said, the Terre Nere Etna Rosso from the volcanic soils around Mount Etna in Sicily is an excellent wine. The terroir of Mount Etna produces wines from vines that have grown in volcanic soil for over 100 years. This Etna Rossa from Terre Nere, made from Nerello Mascalese, has an attractive, feminine texture; it's silky, yet it has plenty of focused fruit and energy that leaves a lasting impression on the palate. It is Pinot Noir-like, yet a singular wine unto itself. It costs around $20 which is a damn good price for what is in the bottle. I'm a big fan.