Grillo is perhaps Sicily’s lesser known grape variety, although it is certainly not inferior to other white grape varieties. Label drawn by Carolina Marengo.
A straw-yellow wine characterised by rich apple and pear notes, which render it instantly recognisable and appreciated. The taste is warm and dry, slightly tannic and displaying a citric aroma
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The world has now discovered Nero d’Avola, Sicily’s most important, even if not the easiest of grape varieties. Rare in its kind, this pure Nero d’Avola owes its existence to a careful selection of grapes with the aim to produce a high quality and affordable wine, yet exclusively characterised by the qualities of this native grape variety.
Dark ruby red. Generous aromas characteristic of this variety, reminiscent of red plums and with notes of Mediterranean scrub, intersected with very pleasant shades of black pepper. A wine that impresses with the integrity of the fruit, fleshy, rich, consistent with the typical characteristics of the variety