A Grillo from an hill, grown on the white soil of the most suggestive promontories of the Belìce Valley. A Grillo that, precisely for this reason, maintains an unexpected freshness, which makes it one of the spearheads of La Selezione Tenute Orestiadi in its own right.
White soil 350-500 metres above sea level
Intense strow yellow with greenish hints
Hints of fresh fruit, hay and green tea entwisted with floreal hints of orange blossom
Full bodied, sapid and fresh, well balanced with hints of crusty bread. Mineral finish.
Swordfish carpaccio, fish cous cous, peppered mussels, Busiate alla trapanese
Aging 3 months in steel tanks and at least 4 months in bottle
The white soil, typical of the hills of the Belice Valley, the white land is of medium compactness with a very high limestone and gypsum component, coming from the numerous chalky-sulphurous formations present in the area. In this area, the dry microclimate with good water retention enhances in this area the typical minerality of the ground, making it the deal soil for the cultivation of indigenous white varietals such as Grillo, Zibibbo, Inzolia, Catarratto and Grecanico.