Dry and savory: Bright straw yellow to the eye, the nose has citrus and fresh aromas. In the mouth it is fresh, savory, and dry, with a well-modulated acidity. Ansonica, already known in Sicily with the name of inzolia, is one of the oldest indigenous grape varieties in Sicily and from here it would have arrived on the Tuscan coast and its archipelago by Greek merchant ships. Anxonica benefits from warm and dry climates and is characterized by large berries with a thick skin, to give dry and dry wines.
Denomination: Toscana IGT
Grape variety: 100% Ansonica
Alcohol content: 13%
Color and bouquet: Straw yellow with hints of golden apples or ripe peaches, possible herbaceous notes (hay) with hints of minerality
Taste: Harmonious, delicately fruity with the right flavor and minerality
Pairing: Aperitifs and fish first courses
Typology: Still wine