Our Grillo matures on the sandy lands of the Lake Biviere: here the grapes feed off of the typical sapidity of the lake which is poured in the chalice of Zahara. An intense and persistent wine, of lively character, anticipated by a great limpidity. To the nose it evokes the beauty of the landscape, with fruity and floral callbacks among which orange blossoms and jasmine stand out, as well as the herbal notes from sage and rosemary. The sip gives back the suggestions of a wine with great taste balance between elegance and freshness, and its name brings us back to the flower fields that smell of Sicilian citrus fruits
The vineyards of Frappato dwell on the Natural Reserve of the Biviere Lake. The grapes that are nurtured thanks to the support of the wind and matured by the Sun of the Mediterranean become Laetitya. From the lands around the Biviere, a wine of great freshness, intense and possessing a particular sapidity. A true joy in bottle that pours Laetitya (joy) in the glass.
This wine reveals a strong introspection and, in the meaning of the name, reveals the intent of celebrate the slow, elegant, confident moving forward of a woman, of the time and of the seasons. The evocative going of whom dares with intelligence. The grapes of this Nero D’Avola grow in the Plain of Gela, at the feet of the Frederick II Castle. A place where the land is very fertile and is nurtured by the sapid breeze of the lake, offering small full-bodied grapes from which Gradiva is made.
Following the ripening of the grapes is like observing the gestation of the land. Generating the fruit of the work of body and soul to gather the joy of life. In the name resonates the union of sun, lake and vineyards. Emilio and Miryam: children of heart and land. The grapes of Emiryam are born and nurtured among the dunes and the wind of the Biviere Lake, bringing to maturation a warm Syrah, smooth and pleasantly intense.
In the Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards, which dwell inside the Salesian estate, to the north of the Natural Reserve of the Biviere Lake, the grapes feed on the sapidity of the lake, offering us special fruits that become Vi Veri. The homage to a generous land translates the name of the Biviere Lake in Vi Veri, giving back in the expressive dialectal power the strong bond with the territory and with the latin roots “towards the strength”.
In the name the combination of golden land and sea dunes, Adorè expresses at the glass a great luminosity, warm and intense, mirror of an open and sunshine-filled land. A wine of balanced elegance, it is characterized by the great scent of the Muscat grape which perfectly balances the lemongrass and jasmine nuances, conveying a pleasant fragrance to the taste. At the end, it proves to be slightly mineral while the sapidity, generous gift of the Biviere, draws an unmistakable identity profile.