2016 Di Giovanna "Riserva Naturale Monte Genuardo" Bianco Siciliani

SKU #1419448

Now in their 5th generation, the Di Giovanna family cultivates their organic vineyards near the small town of Sambuca di Sicilia, which is located in the protected nature reserve of Monte Genuardo. from the winery: "This aromatic and refreshing white wine is a blend of un-oaked Chardonnay, Grillo and Viognier from our vineyards in Contessa Entellina. Each varietal is harvested, de-stemmed, and macerated separately. Each variety is fermented separately, temperature controlled, in stainless steel tanks. After around five months on the fine lees, with regular battonage, the wine is blended and prepared for bottling. *Organic*

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