The Grillo grape is one of southern Italy’s indigenous varieties, widely planted in Sicily and in particular the Trapani province, the source of this example. Once mainly viewed as the staple grape of Marsala, it has become increasingly common as a base for dry whites. A fruity and fragrant wine offering a refreshing pineapple, tangerine and lemon fruit profile. Nicely rounded on the palate, it has an easy-drinking feel and a clean finish. Serve chilled with soft cheeses such as cambozola.