Part of fantastic new Italian selection.

If you have never tried a Grillo from Sicily why not?!\ Up there with Grigio, Soave and Gavi as one of Italys' native white wines. Amazingly quaffable.

The grapes for Palma Nera come from selected low-yielding vineyards in the province of Trapani, on the island of Sicily. The vineyards are all trained using the Guyot method.

The wine is pale yellow in color, with slight hints of green and a fruity and fragrant bouquet.
In the mouth it is pleasantly well-rounded and laced with pineapple, tangerine and lemon flavors and has a long, lingering finish

Like Pinot Gris or Chardonnay you should try this