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Two territories. The wine of sun and wind.

A wine that is the fruit of two territories characterized by sun and wind: Marsala and Pantelleria. A perfect blend combining the two native grapes that best represent Marco De Bartoli’s wines. A wine expressing in its innovative simplicity the structure of Grillo and the aroma of Zibibbo.

Sole e Vento: How and When.
Drink Sole e Vento with marinated seafood, flavored pasta dishes, vegetable soups, and fish cooked in many ways. Serve at 10-14 °C (50-57 °F).

New roots: Sole e Vento

A wine that represents the structure, the aromatic notes and minerality of two noble wine-producing areas. Two important grape varieties whose characters complement each other in a single wine of balance and pleasure.

Grillo & Zibibbo
From the roots of Pietranera and Grappoli del Grillo, after a careful manual selection of the clusters, these are destemmed, gently pressed and macerated at controlled temperature for approximately 24 hours. After the soft pressing, the must decants at low temperature for 48 hours. The limpid run starts fermenting, with wild yeasts, at controlled temperature, in stainless steel tanks. 7 months in stainless steel vats.

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