Grillo is a white Italian wine grape variety widely used in Sicilian winemaking and, in particular, for making Marsala. But this is an example of the fresh and crispy white wine from Sicily.
A “partial-picking” method is employed where pickers go through the vineyards several times over, only picking grapes which are perfectly ripe.
With its distinct, characterful bouquet, this wine has hints of citrus and tropical fruits, and is mouth-filling with excellent balancing acidity. Ideally drunk chilled, on its own.