The wine takes its name from the terebinth, a shrub growing throughout the Mediterranean basin. It is particularly found in Sicily. The vineyard of Gurra, in the region of Menfi (Agrigento) is particularly rich in limestone.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Light yellow with green highlights.
Nose : Bursting with freshness and intensely aromatic. Notes of elderflower and pink grapefruit.
Mouth : Velvety and fruity. Aromas of white peach and ripe medlar, supported by a fine mineral texture. The finish is juicy and fruity.
Alcohol level : 13.5%
Winemaking : Stainless steel tanks. Gentle pressing and fermentation at 15 ° C. Ageing on fine lees for 6 months, regular stirring.
Food pairing : Redfish ceviche, sea bream carpaccio, pasta with sea urchins, fried vegetables. Creamy and fresh cheeses, vegetable dips.
Aging potential : 4- 5 Years
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