6x Santa Tresa grillo viognier 75cl

6x Santa Tresa grillo viognier 75cl

SKU# FINWINGRIVIO6

Availability: In stock

£56.75

Crisp and zesty. White flowers, apples and pears, and stone fruits.

A lovely blend of 70% Grillo and 30% Viognier. The Grillo brings crisp, zesty acidity, tempered by the classic white flower and stone fruit flavours of the Viognier. There’s also a healthy dose of apple and pear. It’s a winning combination – equally good as an aperitif, with fish or Sicilian vegetable dishes such as caponata. Jancis Robinson gave it 16.5/20: ‘properly delicious’.

Silver Medal - International Organic Wine Awards 2016 (2015 vintage)

Quick Overview

Crisp and zesty. White flowers, apples and pears, and stone fruits.



A lovely blend of 70% Grillo and 30% Viognier. The Grillo brings crisp, zesty acidity, tempered by the classic white flower and stone fruit flavours of the Viognier. There’s also a healthy dose of apple and pear. It’s a winning combination – equally good as an aperitif, with fish or Sicilian vegetable dishes such as caponata. Jancis Robinson gave it 16.5/20: ‘properly delicious’.



Silver Medal - International Organic Wine Awards 2016 (2015 vintage)

Pre-packed case price is cheaper than buying 6 full priced individual bottles.

Storage

Keep in a cool, dry, dark place.

Chill before serving.

Screwtop closure.

70% Grillo 30% Viognier

Alcohol 13%.

Sulphites: 112mg/l.

Suitable for vegans.

Country of origin: Italy

About Feudo di Santa Tresa

Feudo di Santa Tresa is an organic estate in Vittoria, southern Sicily, where wine has been produced continuously since 1697. In 2002 it was taken over by Stefano Girelli, Marina Girelli and Massimo Maggio, who set about restoring the estate to its former glory. The sunlit, sea-breezy vineyards provide perfect conditions for organic growing with minimal intervention. Their approach to viticulture is very holistic: as well as grapes, they grow citrus, nuts and veg to fertilise the soil, and keep local bees. Water is drawn from ancient wells on the farm, and all the grapes are picked by hand.