"Eight hectares of Grillo in a terroir of marine origin, sandy and loose with limestone, and a unique harvesting method. This grape grows among the salt flats of the Marsala Pond, in particular on the small island of Mozia, an environmental and archeological gem, the outpost of Phoenician culture. A rare Mediterranean terroir that produced its first results at the end of the 1800s, but with the Tasca family, Grillo di Mozia earns its rightful recognition, combining personality and style. A wine that tastes of Scotch broom, lime and white pepper."
90+ Ninety Plus Cellars Lot 50 Prosecco Extra Dry
"Aromas of fresh peaches leap from the glass along with hints of ginger and lilac. Once sipped, a shower of foamy bubbles dance soulfully on the tip of your tongue and then burst into a medley of crisp citrus fruit." - Producer's Notes...