Colomba Platino of Duca di Salaparuta is an elegant, cool but decided at the same time. From Insolia grapes comes this white with unique qualities of delicacy and aromatic intensity, a pleasantly fruity wine with character. Excellent with shellfish, seafood and fish dishes in general.
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|Designation||Terre Siciliane IGT|
|Alcohol Content||12,5% vol.|
|Formats||Bottle of 750 ml.|
|Tasting||Colour - bright straw yellow with greenish highlights. Bouquet - intense, delightfully fruity, with character. Flavour - fresh, balanced and persistent. Same scents perceived by the nose.|
|Food matches||Raw Fish, Seafood & Shellfish, Fish plates|
|Service temperature||10° - 12° C.|
|Suggested glass||Tulip thin calyx with a long stem|
Colomba Platino of Duca di Salaparuta is one of the great classics of Sicilian white wines, an elegant, fresh yet decided and no doubt one of the best-known wines by lovers of Sicilian. Insolia comes this white grapes from unique qualities of delicacy and aromatic intensity, a fruity wine with character. Excellent with shellfish, seafood and fish dishes in general.
Risignolo estate: in the town of Salemi - Trapani province - towards the end of a long dirt road that runs in the middle of a palm grove rises Tenuta Risignolo. In this area, particularly favorable for grapes and vineyards, the wine is a characteristic element of a great cultural tradition.
In a time not so remote here they traveled the country roads by mule.
All around a surreal silence that is the background to the vast expanses of fields - gentle hills and wheat fields that alternate with lush vineyards - scorched by the blinding light of the sun. The latter extending as far as the eye down to the sea. During the hot Sicilian summers, the temperate climate and the salty breeze - light that blows from the sea - are not sufficient to provide refreshment.
Here they grow the grapes Grillo, the first actor in the production of Marsala. Thanks to the care of man this old vine, away from the lands of origin, can best express all its great potential in offshore and also cultivated grapes.