100% Trebbiano, Often associated with regions such as Abruzzo or Tuscany even if it has been cultivated in and around Cerasa since the 1400. Thanks to it’s vinification in large wooden casks and stainless steel it has great structure and finesse without the excessive stoutness and aromas due to a high alcoholic content or the use
of small barrels.
100% Cataratto, Classic white variety from Sicily with refined character and finesse. It’s an elegant grape with a
firm but not imposing character, delicate aroma and compelling presence of scents.
Bianco Di Cerasa
50% Trebbiano – 50% Cataratto, Still to this day 20% of Trebbiano grapes are incorporated to the Cataratto
vineyards. As for french wines where every appellation correspond to a certain blend of varieties, Bianco di
Cerasa re-purposes this antique tradition of Cerasa.
Cuvèe of Trebbiano 2012 and 2013, The assembly with the free-run must
re-proposes the Trebbiano with a
breeze of freshness and sapidity that in the mouth results enchanting with hints of citrus and fruit. Vinified in
stainless steel tanks with final refinement for two years in the bottle.
100% Perricone, Native specie of western Sicily. Formerly mainly used for “Marsala rubino” or for blending
purposes. When vinified in purity it transmits a decisive but yet elegant expression while looking at the sea with
iodized tones blended in with the more refreshing characters of the fruit.
100% Nerello Mascalese, Native specie from the roots of mount Etna, suitable for aging, that recalls the Pinot
Noir. The shorter maceration in comparison to the Perricone helps to preserve the integrity of the fruit. It’s a
wine with excellent structure as well as a balanced bouquet, elegance and great expression.
Rosso di Cerasa
50% Perricone - 50% Nerello Mascalese,
A tradition of Cerasa brought back to life.
In a wine as the Rosso di Cerasa
the merging of varieties brings forth
an unexpected balance between the two. The elegant tannins and
finesse of the Nerello form a perfect marriage with the authority, rich color and persistence of the Perricone.
50% Trebbiano - 25% Nerello Mascalese - 25% Perricone,
also called “Machado”, At first thought as a palatable wine for festivities, celebrations and socializing. The lightness of the Trebbiano assembled with the blend of two reds provide fresh notes of cherries, almonds and delicate tannins.