The vine Insolia,
present in almost all white wines of quality for the fragrances
and the savours that it gives them, has attracted the attention of
researchers. Elegant, it enriches and refines the taste of more vigorous
vines giving birth to well-balanced, cool, delightful wines. As regards
white wines Giacomo Tachis believes that oenology in Sicily has reached
a level of excellent quality. Where they are cultivated at their
best, the vines are extraordinary, both for the Chardonnay, with its
complex nuances, and for the Insolia, autochthonous, with its peculiarity
as regards olfaction and taste.
The farms and the wines:
Principe di Corleone Cabernet Sauvignon, Principe di Corleone Chardonnay, Principe di Corleone Nero d'Avola, Principe di Corleone Insolia, & & &.
La Segreta Rosso, La Segreta Bianco, Alastro, Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Santa Cecilia, & & &
Maria Costanza Bianco e Rosso, Terre della Baronia Bianco, Rosso e Rosato, Duca di Montalbo, & &.