Vino di Anna is a small property owned and run by Anna Martens and Eric Narioo high on the north face of Mt Etna, Sicily. Grapes are hand harvested from 60 – 100 year old alberello (bush) vines.
The altitude of the vineyards range from 730 to 1200 metres above sea level. The main grape variety on the northern slopes of Mt Etna is Nerello Mascalese. Small quantities of Nerello Cappuccio, Alicante (Grenache) and the indigenous white varieties; Grecanico, Catarratto, Carricante and Minella Bianca are also co-planted throughout many vineyards.

All of the vineyards that the domain farms, comprised of individually staked bush vines, with an average age of 60 to 100 years. Tending to the terraced vineyards, is very labour intensive as all of the work is done by hand and no agrochemicals are used.

The soils are black and dark grey basalt, sometimes sandy, often rocky. They have been formed over hundreds of years from different lava flows and are rich in minerals, resulting in wines with high acidity, taut structure and sapid, mineral notes.

The couple also own two hectares in the isolated contrada Pirao, which borders the National Park at an altitude of 1000 metres. Here their most ethereal red wine is produced in miniscule quantities.