«An unusual insolia – explains Andrea Vesco – derived from an older part of the vineyard that extends for four hectares in the countryside of Pattipiccolo, next to Alcamo. Although it was a cultivar that marked the enological renaissance in Sicily, usually the insolia gives wines of poor personality, but not the Evrò.
«This wine however, despite being soft, slightly sweet and with the characteristic tropical notes, has a good structure ». At I Banchi you can enjoy it, accompanied by the pasta with red mullet, raw fish and a bed of Ustica lentils.
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