1984 Salvatore Di Gaetano founded the Firriato winery in the province of Trapani. In order to insist on the high quality of the wine and preserve the authenticity of local farming, the winemaker uses local grape varieties such as: Catarrato, Grillo, Zbibbo, Moscato Bianco, Nero d’Avola, Nerello Mascalese and European: Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Cabern. Over time, vineyards spread throughout Sicily, including Calamoni di Favignana, Baglio Soria, Dagala Borromeo, Pianoro Cuddia, Borgo Guarini in the west and Cavanera in Etna in the east. It is also important that a number of old grape wines are available, as well as certified, Biodynamic wines. No exception and grappa. This is a gentle, soft, unconventional, fragrant, Giovane-style grappa made from four local Sicilian grapes: Grillo, Catarratto, Carricante, Zibibbo, which is what the concept – Quarter – reflects. One of the many stories states that this traditional Italian drink was created by Enrico of Friuli in 1451.
Grappa is a distilled alcoholic beverage (spirit) made from grape marc. produced in Italy, is born in the town of Basano del Grapos. Strength 40-50% alcohol. The strength of the beverage obtained after distillation reaches Alc.80% by vol., after reduction to a strength of 39-55% by vol.