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.92 pts - Andrew Graham (Oz Wine Review)
This is very good Grillo. Quèto is a new organic range from Fuedo Arancia and it’s a big step up. This Feudo Arancia Quèto Grillo 2021 is a great thirst-slaking wine too – straw yellow, it has that sapid, saline Grillo tang with lemon, preserved lemon, a chalky pithy green fruit edge and this waxy line too. It’s a wine of unquestioned beachside refreshment but with length and interest. Really impressed.