Ridente Catarratto Bott

Ridente Catarratto

IGP (Indicazione Geografica Protetta) Terre Siciliane

Grapes used: Catarratto, from vineyards cultivated the hills near the town of Corleone (400-700 metres a.s.l.).
Harvest: End of September, beginning of October.
Bottling: Various lots.
Method: At controlled temperatures in stainless-steel tanks for at least 15 days.
Malolactic: No.

Delicate orange blossom and almonds aroma.
Excellent drinkability and great acidity.
Fish dishes and soft cheeses.
To serve at 10-12°C



Catarratto: Sicilian native white berry wine, it is mostly present in the area near Trapani. Its origin is lost in the mists of time and its one of the oldest vine varieties present in Sicily. Its name means “abundance” because of the large quantity of grapes the vine produces.