Grillo (pronounced GREE-lo) is a Sicilian white grape variety that tastes like a blend of Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay. It was fermented in 300L hogsheads with lees contact and aged in barrel for 6 months. The wine is complex and mineral-driven, loaded with flavours of citrus blossom, peach, passion fruit, grapefruit, apple, butterscotch and vanilla. With its bright lemony citrus characteristics and nutty undertones, it has a natural affinity with seafood. Try it with mild white fish like grilled whiting or flathead, clean, crisp salads and fresh cheeses such as feta or mozzarella.