Why we like it
Catarratto, a grape that was first discovered in Sicily and still, to this day, remains very popular on the island. And with good reason too!
The grapes were hand picked during the early, cooler hours of the morning in order to maintain the grapes beautiful fragrance. After de-stemming and a prolonged cold maceration on the skins, the grapes are softly pressed followed by a slow fermentation in steel tanks.
Big tropical and citrus energy with this badboy. A lazy comparison would be to Loire Valley Sauvignon Blanc but this is more esoteric, more nuanced. Guava fruit, kiwi, pineapple and orange rind. Grill some vegetables, pour a big glass, bon appetit!