ca’di Ponti

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Flowery Peach notes. Nice if a little bland and certainly pricey @ €27 in Ouzos where we had a good set meal with Deana followed by a Guinness in Finnegans to send her on her way back to Perth. G’day Deana!

A webtrawl reveals this Catarratto (Lucido?) comes from one of our favourite places in Sicily:

“Catarratto, despite being grown almost exclusively in Sicily is one of Italy’s most commonly planted grape varieties. Catarratto vines cover more surface area in Sicily than those of any other variety. The variety makes up around 60 percent of total vineyard area on the island and is largely confined to the western provinces (Trapani, Palermo and Agrigento)”

Catarratto is also used in Marsala Production.

The producer’s and Winemaker’s notes are here

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Palermo – Site Visit in May. Calatrasi & Miccichè Viognier, 2011, Sicily. Cusamano angimbé Insolia, Chardonnay, Sicily, 2012. Tenuta Regaleali, Leone, Conti Tasca d’almerita, Sicily, 2012.

Lesley took me to Sicily in May and we ended the trip in Palermo.

These are some of the wines we had to sample there with Donald & Dale, who kindly travelled to spend the weekend with us.

Each as tasty as the last. Someone has to do it!

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Catarratto (43%), Pinot Bianco (25%), Sauvignon (22%) and Traminer Aromatico (10%).