Marco De Bartoli: evolving roots
Two interpretations that represent the tradition of an area in evolution, highlighting unexplored characters so far. French tradition but strong Sicilian personality. Grillo is a variety that continues to amaze with its versatility and strength in communicating a land highly suited to great wines.
Terzavia Cuvée Riserva VS: How and When.
To combine with game or at the end of a lavish wine and food session.
3,500 Grillo vines per hectare, originally planted in 1996 in Contrada Samperi, Marsala, and trained with Guyot system. The yields are of 35 hectoliters per hectare, harvested from the 20th of August to the end of September. Fermentation of Grillo grapes with wild yeasts in barrels of 500 l capacity and aging of 12 months on its lees. Tirage of various vintages of wine obtained from Grillo grapes. Besides the the addition of fresh must always obtained from Grillo grapes of the last harvest, a small amount of Vecchio Samperi is also added. Aging of 30 months on its lees.