ANTICA SICILIA

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This week's wines
Perricone
g 15     b 70

Perricone (also known as Pignatello) is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in Sicily. In the late 20th century there was around 1000 hectares/2,500 acres of the grape planted throughout the island. According to wine expert Oz Clarke in Sicily Perricone is used to make full bodied, deeply colored, highly alcoholic wines

Roncus Collio Bianco
b 90

Aged in stainless steel tanks with the wine’s native yeasts for eight months, Collio Bianco wine is a blend of local and international grapes. It is an elegant wine with a distinctive, Friulano, taste. This wine has a 40% Friulano – 40% Pinot Bianco – 20% Sauvignon composition which lends to it's unique flavors. 

Inama Vin Soave
g 15    b 70

On the nose there is the nectar of field flowers such as camomile, elderflower, iris. Mineral on the palate with an almond finish, typical of Classic Garganega. We define it as “a little luxury for everyday.” Classic, harmonic and intense wine. Ideal high-end wine by the glass

Alta Mora Etna Bianco
b 90

Alta Mora Etna Bianco is comprised of the indigenous Sicilian grape, Carricante. This wine is a slight nod to Sauvignon Blanc. It is fresh, fruity with great minerality and a great classic with seafood dishes.

Alta Mora Etna Rosso
g 12     b 60

Alta Mora. Etna Rosso. Variety. 100% Nerello Mascalese. Tasting Notes. This red wine has deep, soft, tasty aromas of ripe red fruits. Food Pairing. On its own, with pasta, grilled red meat or grilled Sicilian tuna fillet.

Corte di Giso
g 7     b 34

Pleasant nose of lemon/lime zest, white flowers and perhaps a touch of honey. Medium-bodied with good acidity and a reasonably long finish. Citrus notes, flowers again and some minerality on the palate