2021 Feudo Arancio ‘Quéto’ Organic Grillo

6 bottles

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Wine produced from organically grown Grillo grapes, mainly on the
estate of Sambuca di Sicilia in the Province of Agrigento. This grassy
vineyard at 200m above sea level boasts calcareous soils. It enjoys
the shade of a wonderful tuff quarry and is gently caressed by sea
breezes blowing from The Mediterranean.

Winemaking:  The grapes are destemmed and pressed away from air (“reduction” vinifi cation technique), decanted naturally and
fermented in steel tanks for 10 days at controlled temperatures (18°C). Maturation on the lees for 5 months in steel tanks with continuous stirring of the fine lees, so as to give the wine a fuller body.

Vineyards: Organic Certified

Color: Deep straw yellow.

Nose: Distinctly tropical aroma with notes of mango and papaya,
which blend with hints of jasmine and white fl owers.

Palate: Balanced and harmonious, with a delicate acidity and good persistence.

Pairings: With its elegant fresh savor, this Grillo is the perfect complement to appetizers, soups, pasta, white meats and fish.

RRP: $240.00

Bottle RRP: $40.00

$210.00 for 6 bottles

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94 pts - Kim Brebach (BWU20)

I’m a big fan of this winery in Sicily, and I like the standard versions of these varietals. The QUETO labels are organic wines that offer the same varieties in richer, more textural styles. I found this gem on the web: ‘The vineyard is grassed and grows on calcareous soils at about 200 meters in the shade of a wonderful tuff quarry, caressed by the winds that arrive from the nearby Mediterranean.’ It’s a generous, versatile white that goes well with white meats in rich sauces. The website quoted above suggests veal carpaccio with celery and strawberries.

93 pts - Ken Gargett (Wine Pilot)

Organic Grillo from Sicily, a controlled fermentation for ten days in stainless steel tanks, followed by five days resting on lees. A gleaming gold colour here, there is a degree of austerity with this wine. Notes of stone fruits with a minerally backing, before we see some delightful citrus characters emerge – lemons and limes – and a line of saline acidity. The wine is well focused and with very good length. Grillo may not be on everyone’s lips, excuse the pun, but perhaps it should be. Enjoy over the next four to six years.

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