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Caruso e Minini - Naturalmente Bio Grillo DOC Sicilia

Caruso E Minini - Naturalmente Bio Grillo Doc Sicilia

Type White
Grapes Grillo
Country/Region Italy, Sicily
Vegetarian
Vegan
Organic
Alcohol 13%
Product number: 326318
£18.00
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Grillo vines are the flagship of our varieties. For this wine we have chosen the highest hill to exalt its freshness and flavour. We put it into tonneaux to trap its body giving it a delicate note of oak and acacia. Such good care for a wine symbol of western Sicily. Intensity and elegance are the perfect mix of this wine. Wide bouquet with a natural delicacy.
Vinification
Cryomaceration of the destemmed grapes in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature of 4° C for 4-12 hours. Soft pressing of the grapes, static clearing of the must and fermentation at a controlled temperature of 16°C in oak and acacia tonneaux.
Food Pairing
Shellfish, Vegetarian, Appetizers and snacks
About the Vineyard
Set in a stunning century-old baglio (fortified country estate) in the heart of a traditional wine region of the province of Trapani, Caruso E Minini was founded by third generation winemaker Stefano Caruso and Mario Minini.

Working with passion for the land and respect of values and traditions, Caruso & Minini has been devoted to creating the modern expression of Sicilian wines since 2004.

The wine estate boasts 120 hectares of vines from diverse Sicilian varietals such as Nero dAvola, Grillo and Zibibbo (Muscat of Alexandria) as well as some international varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Syrah and Merlot.

Every single grape variety has been planted following the best combination of exposure, soil and climate; while the highest hills are dedicated to the cultivation of white grapes, red varieties grow at the valley bottom.

Situated at 200-450 meters above sea level and a few kilometres away from the coast, the estate is set on alluvial soil, rich in water and organic matter.

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