Flavia Ava Grillo- kind of a picnic pounder if you will!
So fun to drink. Cloudy, fresh, pineapples and salt, I love it.
Grillo is a white grape variety characteristic of the Marsala area. Vinified in purity, it gives wines of great organoleptic depth, savory, fragrant and with a good potential for longevity. The color of the Grillo is a greenish yellow, clear and bright that takes on reddish hues in the final phase of ripening. The wines obtained from Grillo have fruity and citrus aromas that integrate with the floral notes of wildflowers and orange blossom. On the palate the wine is fresh, well structured with a pleasant, slightly savory and mineral finish.
Flavia Avà Grillo is produced from 10+ year old Grillo grapes growing in the historic Rallo family’s vineyards of Marsala inherited in 1860, located between Contrada Birgi and Paolini—a stone’s throw from the Riserva dello Stagnone and the historic salt pans of Marsala.
The presence of the sea gives life to soils rich in minerals with high flavors, by contributing to the creation of a white wine with Sicilian perfumes, lively freshness and sublime elegance.
Here too, native yeasts and bottling unfined and unfiltered help bring forth the truth of the local terroir.