A great vintage characterized by exceptional climatic conditions especially for the Grillo grapes. A warm winter followed by a hot summer with very dry winds allowed for a harmonious development of the phenological phases. The few rains at the beginning of September allowed the ripening process to take place almost perfectly and the grapes harvested at the end of September were opulent in sugars and aromas. Once all the sugars have been released, the maceration continues for another 7 days in order to increase the extraction of the essential tannins for the subsequent phase of aging. racking. Wine alcohol up to 19% is added. This is followed by aging which takes place in French barriques. Amber in color with intense aromas of tobacco, coconut, toasted bread, apricot preserves, honey, vanilla and licorice, all supported by an elegant acidity and a dry, salty and long finish. Serve it chilled for a refined aperitif, try to accompany it with cured meats and sausages, with appetizers based on smoked fish or aged cheeses.