Profound driving forces and the will to listen – what Sicilians term “dare adènzia” (giving audience) – and an insistence on clarity, in an act of understanding that is life itself: Grillo and Insolia combine to create something of greatervalue than the sum of their parts.
Grillo grapes harvested between the third decade of August and the first of September, while Insolia grapes during the first decade of September 2020.
Hilly terrain, mainly calcareous soil, with dark patches, 260 meters above sea level.
Plants per hectare: 4.000
Yield per hectare: 100 ql.
Alcohol content: 13% vol
Serving temperature: 8 – 10°C
“Delicious notes of citrus fruits, with white peach, medlar and pineapple. Round texture, yet fresh, with full fruit flavors, kept fresh by well balanced acidity and intensity that draws out the finish.”