A variety important to the history of the production of Marsala,not very common in the area, the Grillo variety in Camporeale is interpreted in a modern way to produce a wine that is fresh, aromatic and pleasant to drink.
This grape has been the lead player in the production of Marsala for morethan two centuries. Vertical-trellised or traditionally bush-trained ('a alberello'), it's a vigorous, high-yielding plant. Leaves are large, dark and five-lobed. Clusters are large, elongated and often winged, with big, fairly round greenberries which take on a golden hue as they ripen, and present orangey markswhere exposed to the sun.