Wines White Grillo
According to the latest historical research, Grillo was born in 1873 in Favara, in the province of Agrigento. It was in fact the baron Antonio Mendola, one of the most famous ampelographers of the time, who, in search of a more aromatic hybrid for the production of Marsala, successfully tried the crossing of the Catarratto with the Zibibbo.
The Grillo is a white grape variety widespread especially in western Sicily, from which a wine with a deep straw yellow color is obtained, with good aromatic accompaniment, with herbaceous, floral and citrus notes, with a sapid flavor, with good acidity and a balanced flavor. softness, excellent taste structure.