Maceration- 7-10 days skin contact
Type -oxidative wine
The ancient tradition of 4 generations of pre-British Marsala in Contrada Triglia, according with Ingham Decalogue from 1834. A unique land where the Grillo grapes have peculiar features of PH, alcohol and acidity that allows the wine an extrem long ageing. Harvested when the skin is orange, feet pressed, long maceration in wood, preparing the wine for the long oxidation. 5 years of ageing for the first bottling, at which point the wine expresses almond’s aromas. Then, the ageing continues for the 10 years and the 15 years bottling.
Variety- Grillo 100%
Vineyard altitude- 0 s.l.m.
Age of plants- 12-40 years
Yest – Wild
Aged – 5 years into tonneau and barriques
Type of wood – Old French oak
Soil – Mediterranean red soil and calcareous
Farming system- Guyot
Avarage planting density- 3800 / 4000 plant/Ha
Alcohol – 16,00%