Grillo was traditionally used mainly for Marsala, the rich fortified wine of Sicily. It has been rediscovered by the talented, modern winemakers of Sicily as a light, fruity white wine.
The north-easterly district of Friuli Grave is home to Mont’albano. Slowly becoming better known in the UK, it has long been worshipped by the Italians themselves who place a high value on its unique climate in the production of aromatic, delicate wines. Mauro Braidot is a hugely enthusiastic, passionate and talented winemaker.