White, Raisin and Sparkling Wines

White, Raisin and Sparkling Wines

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Fico Bianco 2021

Price €11.50

A wine with a Mediterranean charcter born from the combination of an indigenous grape variety, Inzolia, and the most important international whte grape variety, Chardonnay. Intense aromas of flowers and white pulp fruit, from peach to golden aplle. Full and vibrant sip, with a persistent final return of citrus notes. The sculpture of prickly pears on the label is by great ceramist Giocamo Alessi from Caltagirone.

Grillo 2022

Price €16.90

Grillo is the indigenous white grape variety that has been the subject of the greatest interest in recent times, due to its characteristics of aroma and freshness. Golden yellow color with notes of apple and pear that make it immediately recognizable. The design on the label is a work by Carolina Marengo.

Chardonnay 2020

Price €16.90

Sicily can be appreciated not only for its red wines, but also for the whites and international varieties offered. Chardonnay is perhaps the one that has the best adaptability among all non-native white grape varieties. In this wine, the varietal notes are brought into the spotlight and the good acidity characteristic of this grape gives it a freshness that also makes it ideal for ageing. Label designed by Alberta Ferretti.

Alaziza 2022

Price €12.90

In no other part of the world are the light and the moods of the land as extraordinary as in Sicily, claimed Giacomo Tachis. And it is precisely in this sun-kissed land that Alaziza was born. The label, which evokes elements of the Sicilian landscape immersed in a dreamlike atmosphere, is signed by the stylist Stephan Janson.

Davolarosa

Price €13.50

A sparkling rosé with a Sicilian character, made from the best Nero d’Avola grapes of Feudi del Pisciotto vineyards: fine and persistent perlage, fresh and intense bouquet, great flavor and drinkability.

Passito 2016

Price €29.00

A true challenge: Gewürztraminer and Sémillon, two uncommon vines for Sicily, yet selected by Giacomo Tachis and used in equal proportions to bring to life a passito wine atypical for the island. Sémillon on its own would be too sugary. The Gewürztraminer, with its acidity, perfectly balances the wine, leaving the mouth clean. Label drawn by Gianfranco Ferrè.