It is a monovarietal wine obtained from Grillo grapes, a native Sicilian vine, vinified alone. A fresh, savory and at the same time intense wine as well as the character of Sicily.
View: straw yellow with light golden reflections
Smell: intense bouquet with marked citrus and vegetable notes.
Taste: full, fresh, with good minerality and hints of cedar peel.
Pairings: wine to be combined with first courses with seafood or vegetables, with lightly elaborated second courses of fish or with soft cheeses.
Denomination: DOC Sicily
Grapes: Grillo 100%
Certification: Organic – IT BIO 006 D67W
Annual production: 5,000 bottles
Production area: south-eastern Sicily, territory of the municipality of Rosolini (SR) Contrada Ritillini
Soil and climate: Calcareous soils, at an altitude between 180 and 250 m a.s.l., Mediterranean climate with significant temperature variations between day and night
Training system: Counter-espalier with Guyot pruning
Planting density: 5,000 vines per hectare, with yields of around 80 quintals/ha
Harvest: Manual harvest in the last ten days of August
Vinification: White vinification after soft pressing and fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks.
Refinement: Maturation on the fine lees in steel for 6 months and in the bottle for 3 months
Alcohol content: 13.5% vol
Total acidity: 6.61 g/l
First vintage: 2013
Formats: 0.75 l bottle