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Casano Grillo, Sicily, Italy

Sicily, Italy


Tasting Notes

Fuller bodied white wine with mellow citrus fruit flavours and a hint of minerality.

Food Matches

Appetizers & Raw/Cooked Fish & Pasta- creamy

Wine Profile

Wine Type White Wine

Vintage 2018

Style Crisp, Dry Whites

Country Italy

Region Sicily

Grower Name Casano

Grape Variety Grillo

ABV 12.50%

Closure Natural Cork

Allergens Sulphites

SKU 16144631




This family run winery was founded by Antonio Casano in 1940. Today it is managed by his daughter Giovana, who has preserved her father’s philosophy of producing quality wines using only native grape varietals with a focus on offering a distinctive expression of the Marsala wine region. Casano winery utilises the latest winemaking technology and modern vinification‚Ķ Read More

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Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, separated from the mainland only by the narrow Strait of Messian. The main landmark on the Island is Mount Etna, the tallest active volcano in Europe and the most active in the world. The island has a typical Mediterranean climate, which really lends itself to the growing of grapes and production of wine.According to‚Ķ Read More

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Grillo is a native southern Italian wine grape now mainly cultivated in Sicily where it has long been used as the base for the finest wines from Marsala. It produces wines that are a study of texture rather than fruit, with a broad and rich mouthfeel and mineral edged ripe lemon fruit. Read More

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