A new full bodied, delightfully fresh and fruity grillo based wine from vines grown at 700 m above sea level in the southern part of Sicily.
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|Wine style||Dry White wine|
|Pairs with||Fish and seafood in general; pastas, rice and soups with Mediterranean flavours. Serve at 10-12 C.|
The territory of Poggio Graffetta occupies the calcareous base of the first Hyblean Mountains. It is a rocky soil, originated from calcareous stones and formed from the stratification of an old coral reef. The climate is warm, dry, windy and temperatures are mitigated by the proximity of the sea. Vines have a long and steady ripening. Plants shoot soon thanks to a sunny spring and an early summer; then fruiting slows down in mid summer and in late September the vines reach their ripening.
Bouquet: On the nose it reveals delicate and complex notes of dried flowers, hay and straw.
Flavour: On the palate it expresses Mediterranean warmth, nicely contrasted by the freshness of a marked acidity.
Longevity 3-5 years