Green grape probably belonging to the same family of Garganega is widely used in Sicily where it was imported, as the name suggests, the Greeks. Allowed in a series of appellations. Sometimes it can be found as a varietal-wine and it produces a light, neutral and refreshing white wine.
Viticulture and winemaking
It is cultivated around 5,000 ha, is part of some doc and has some affinity with the aromatic Sauvignon , although it is a vine which have not yet been fully express the qualities. It has medium leaf, pentagonal, five, more 'marked in the upper lobes, irregular teeth very pronounced edge a bit' rough, dull green, almost hairless. Bunch long, cylindrical, winged with wings more 'or less pronounced, fairly compact with millerandage semispargolo or more' or less evident. Berry medium, spheroid, golden yellow, thick-skinned and thick.
Below is a list of all DOC is allowed where the use of this vine.
Alcamo Alcamo or white - blend in
County Sclafari - alone or in blends
Contessa Entellina - blend in
Delia Nivolelli - alone or in blends
Memphis - alone or in blends
Santa Margherita di Belice - alone or in blends
Sciacca - blend in