By Mauro P. (Milano, Italy) on 29 June 2020 :
By Dominic R. (Bovingdon, United Kingdom) on 29 June 2020 :
By elena S. (Milano, Italy) on 29 June 2020 :
Far from being stuck in the past, however, Sicily also holds its own with exciting blends, such as the traditional Chardonnay varietal with natives Grillo, Inzolia, Cataratto, Grecanico. White wines stand out for freshness, minerality and aromatic complexity.
Grillo The terebinth is a shrub with glossy fronds, always associated with Sicily and the Mediterranean countryside from east to west. The Planeta Terebinto is a single-variety Grillo; aromatic and intense on the nose with notes of pink grapefruit, balanced and complex on the palate.
Straw yellow with greenish hues and delicate intensity, intense smell with slight aromatic memory, notes of peach and orange blossom. Fresh, balanced taste with slight memory of white melon and grapefruit, excellent aromatic aftertaste.
Zibibbo is one of the six indigenous mono-varietals that best represent the peculiarities and nuances of the Belìce Valley territory. Cultivated on white soil, it is a wine with an intense yellow color, with fruity and floral aromas reminiscent of citrus fruits, peach and yellow melon.
Great blend from native and non-native grapes, straw-yellow with greenish hues. Excellent clarity. On the nose it expresses intriguing and rich primary and secondary alternate aromas.The taste has full flavors and excellent pleasant freshness.