Ansonica or Insolia

Ansonica is an Italian white grape variety, also known under the names of Inzolia (in Sicilian), nzoglia (in Calabria) or Insolia. It has southern origins but is also widespread in other Italian regions such as Tuscany, especially the Island of Elba and Monte Argentario. The bunch is large but with rather sparse berries. The harvest takes place around the first fifteen days of September.

Ansonica or Insolia

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'Nozze d'Oro' Contea di Sclafani by Tasca Conti d'Almerita is a seal of love between people and vines. It is the tribute of Count Giuseppe Tasca to his wife Franca after 50 years of marriage, but it is also the link between Insolia and Sauvignon Tasca, an existing clone held by the end of the Great War. A fresh blend of young and rich in complexity after many years.



'Vigna di Gabri' by Donnafugata comes from a careful selection of ansonica, catarratto, chardonnay, sauvignon and viognier. Vinified in steel and left to mature for a small part in oak barrels, it stands out for its elegance and finesse. Intense bouquet, which ranges from floral hints of elderberry and acacia, to notes of fruit with white pulp and Mediterranean scrub.



Terre Siciliane Bianco IGT 'L'Isola' by Hibiscus is made from catarratto and inzolia grapes that grow on the island of Ustica, from volcanic soils and vineyards that are practically on sea level. A summery and cheerful wine, that tastes of the south, of the sea, of heat, of sun, of an island, perfect for enjoying the holiday or savoring it at home.