Grape Varieties and Blend: 40% Inzolia – 30% Grillo – 30% Catarratto
Vinification: Picked during the night, the crop was refrigerated before the operations of de-stemming and pressing. The three varieties ripen in different periods and were fermented and aged differently: Grillo and Catarratto went through a short (4-6 hour) cold maceration and then fermented for 18 days in small oak barrels where it remained on its lees for eight months and was put through a complete malolactic fermentation. The Inzolia, instead, fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks. After blending and bottling, the wine aged for ten months.
Eight months in oak barrel.
Ten months in bottle.
Alcoholic Content: 13% Vol.
Color: Golden yellow
Shows toasted aromas along with notes of citrus and tropical fruit and lightly buttery sensations.
Fresh and savory on the palate, it is long and persistent as well. Already pleasurable, it shows an important aging potential, the promise of excellent fut