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Alicante is a Spanish grape that was introduced in Sicily during the dominations of the 15th-16th centuries. Grown in several Mediterranean regions, it is also known as Garnacha, Grenache and Cannonau.

I love how the Alicante is influenced by the unique microclimate in Menfi, where the sea brine enhances the grapes' fruity flavors and underlines their natural acidity, enriching the wine's personality with a special saline touch.

Ciàtu in Sicilian means breath: it is pure love for my land, for the energy of sunshine, for the generosity of the earth, and for the innermost breath of life.


Harvest: 2021
Alicante, Vigne del Pozzo
Soil: alluvial clay soil with sandy components, medium texture, and good fertility
Vineyard: planted in 2004, vertical shoot positioning, spur pruned cordon
Winemaking: skin contact for 15 days in large neutral Slavonian oak casks
Alcoholic fermentation: spontaneous, with wild yeast
Malolactic fermentation: spontaneous
Refining: 6 months in large neutral Slavonian oak casks, and 1 year in bottlesyear
Average production: 4,000 bottles/year



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