The structure of Vulcano would seem unable to accommodate anything edible, considering that the island was never inhabited until the 1960s.
In fact, in recent years, many plots of land in the southern part of Vulcano, the part not currently active, have been used for sheep farming and wine production.
The volcanic cheese has become famous, especially the baked ricotta, produced and packaged exclusively on the island.
In the area of Gelso and Vulcano Piano, several hectares have been used in the last twenty years for the production of wine, and the results are surprising to say the least! White wine that is delicate on the palate but with a thousand aromas, and red wine that is not too robust and fresh enough to be paired with fish.