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Catarratto is Sicily's most planted white grape! It exudes a medley of fruits like honeydew lemon, peach, verbena flowers and the finish is like freshly cut yellow apples with honey drizzled on top. While mostly light and easy-drinking, this wine still carries a little texture.

Enjoy with roasted cauliflower with a squeeze of lemon to add some brightness!

Nicosia is a dynamic, modern and efficient company that looks towards the future, but without forgetting tradition. It is headed by Carmelo Nicosia, assisted by his sons Francesco and Graziano and a close-knit team of young people such as enologist Maria Carella, who fully interpret the company spirit.

Sicily is the island off the toe of Italy's boot. Enviromental influences are plenty on the island, active volcano Mt Enta, salty see breeze to vicious winds off the Sahara desert all play a role in the character of Sicily's one of a kind wines.

Nicosia 2021 Catarratto

SKU: 855146
Regular price $20.85
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COUNTRY: Italy

REGION: Sicily

VARIETAL: Cattaratto

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FORMAT: 750 ML

Catarratto is Sicily's most planted white grape! It exudes a medley of fruits like honeydew lemon, peach, verbena flowers and the finish is like freshly cut yellow apples with honey drizzled on top. While mostly light and easy-drinking, this wine still carries a little texture.

Enjoy with roasted cauliflower with a squeeze of lemon to add some brightness!

Nicosia is a dynamic, modern and efficient company that looks towards the future, but without forgetting tradition. It is headed by Carmelo Nicosia, assisted by his sons Francesco and Graziano and a close-knit team of young people such as enologist Maria Carella, who fully interpret the company spirit.

Sicily is the island off the toe of Italy's boot. Enviromental influences are plenty on the island, active volcano Mt Enta, salty see breeze to vicious winds off the Sahara desert all play a role in the character of Sicily's one of a kind wines.