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Get to Grips with Grillo

Despite not being known for producing the finest wines in Italy the small island of Sicily is home to a multitude of high quality grape varieties and wine styles which are rarely seen anywhere else. Sicilian wine making also tends to take a more natural approach and the use of bio-dynamic processes and minimal use of fertilisers are commonplace.

Despite not being known for producing the finest wines in Italy the small island of Sicily is home to a multitude of high quality grape varieties and wine styles which are rarely seen anywhere else. Sicilian wine making also tends to take a more natural approach and the use of bio-dynamic processes and minimal use of fertilisers are commonplace.

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The colour is straw yellow with beautiful gold shades. A nose of intense flower sensations perfectly mixed to a fruity timbre of citrus and yellow peach, with hints of grass and sweet almonds. It is full, rich and deep, has a rich and balanced palate, always perfectly balanced in terms of freshness and mouth feel.

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  1. Feudo Maccari Grillo, Sicily

    Feudo Maccari Grillo, Sicily, 2015 75cl

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    An expressive nose brings springtime flowers and with some peaches and citrus notes. The palate is full and rich, with a lightness that belies the wines depth. The finish is generous, making this a wine that is great on its own or paired with white mea

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