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Grillo Terre Siciliane Igt  - 2014750ml add to my favourites Share

Origin: Italy Region:Sicily

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Grillo Terre Siciliane Igt 2014 is fresh,full-bodied and harmonious. It develops aromas of almond and flowers,coupled with apple,citrus.This wine will match perfectly with Poultry,Fish or Seafood.

  • Color:White - light yellow 
  • Region:Sicily 
  • Country: Italy 
  • Vintage:2014 
  • Grade:AOP 
  • Content:750ml 
  • Grape Varieties: 100% Grillo 
  • Tasting Note: almond, flowers, apple, citrus 
  • Alcohol:12.5 %
  • Recommendation:chill before serving 
  • Serving Temperature:12-14°C 
  • Retaining Level:drink within 3 years 


Food Matching

chicken & poussin eggs based dishes medium cooked fish mild flavored, delicate fish shrimp Pastas

Number of comments: 1

    • 2016/06/13 18:08:06 Jean-Pascal Descheemaeker
      Light yellow color, Fresh taste, nice to drink in summer. Yellow fruits in mouth, , nice nose

General information


Grillo Terre Siciliane Igt is a wine from Sicily,region of Italy ,Sicily is a land of contrasts. So it is not surprising that this ancient island has one of the most progressive wine industries. The area, which was distinguished for its Marsala and Moscato, both powerful and gentle, is moving now toward lighter and fruitier wines, mainly white but also red. Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean, has more vineyards than any other region of Italy. However, focusing on quality rather than quantity, wine production has recently decreased to be slightly below that Veneto’s production.Much of the DOC production is represented by Marsala, a wine created two centuries ago by British merchants. The dry white wine and red wine of Etna, whose vines are located on the slopes of the volcano, can show class and refinement, as well as the pale red Cerasuolo di Vittoria powerful.


  • Grillo(100%)  
    Grillo is a white Italian wine grape variety which withstands high temperatures and is widely used in Sicilian wine-making and, in particular, for making Marsala. Its origins are uncertain, but it may have been introduced into the island of Sicily from Apulia. It was already widely planted in the Province of Trapani by 1897; today it may be grown throughout Sicily and also in the Aeolian Islands. It is also found growing around the commune of Riomaggiore in the province of La Spezia in Liguria, where the grape is known as Rossese bianco.


The wine is named after the Cellaro Tower which is a building that preserves the Romanesque style in some arched openings engaged and windows. Sambuca di Sicilia, Zabut yesterday, is a town located in the western part of the Province of Agrigento in the foothills of the Monti Sicani. Founded by the Emir Zabut around 830, immediately after the landing of the Arabs in Sicily. They are making wine in this region since centuries and are improving quality every year.