Synonyms: Catarratto; Catarratto Latino; Catarratteddu; Catarrattulu Nostru; Catarratto Amantiddatu, Catarratto Lustru, Catarratto Virdulicchiu, Catarratto Dattuliddu.
The Catarratto comune is a variety long cultivated on the island. To repeat an affirmation of Count Gallesio (1937-1939): “it is to be considered a classic grape variety of Sicily”. Biundi (1852)
Sicily is Italy's southern most region, and the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. For more than 2500 years Sicily (800 b.C.) has been a significant center of Mediterranean viniculture, although the reputation and style of its wines has changed significantly over that time. The
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Grape variety: Grillo. Synonyms: Riddu, Ariddu, Rossese Bianco.
It is a tradtional Sicilian grape variety and, accordingly, the hypothesis (Giavedoni and Gily, 2011) that it was brought to Sicily from Puglia does not seemed sufficiently supported. It is not a variety which has had a long
Mario Ronco, born in the Piedmont city of Asti, could be said to have been born to the trade – his father had a négociant business in the area to the north of the city known as Monferrato-Asti. After graduating from the Oenological School of