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Grillo is a Sicilian white grape variety known for producing fresh and crisp wines with citrus and floral notes, and is often used in the production of Marsala, and also light white wines
Varietal origin: Grillo is a white grape variety that is native to the island of Sicily in Italy. It has been traditionally used to produce Marsala, a fortified wine, but has gained popularity as a varietal wine in recent years.
Typical taste profile: Grillo wines are known for their fresh and crisp character with citrus and floral notes. They often exhibit a bright acidity, making them lively and refreshing on the palate. In warmer climates, Grillo can also develop more tropical fruit flavors such as pineapple and mango.
Regional styles: Grillo is primarily grown in Sicily, particularly in the areas of Marsala, Trapani, and Agrigento. It is used to produce varietal wines as well as blended wines with other indigenous Sicilian grape varieties. Grillo is also used in the production of Marsala, where it contributes to the distinctive flavors of this fortified wine.