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Fabio Ferracane Guancia Bianca

$34.00

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Vintage: 2021
Region: Marsala, Sicily, Italy
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Catarratto

Fabio Ferracane Guancia Bianca tells the story of two Sicilian “acidduzzi” (birds) that are in love. Guancia Bianca is a white wine of Catarratto grapes, dedicated to the tiny Sicilian “acidduzza” (bird) in love. After Guancia Nera first kissed her, a small white patch would appear on her cheek, and from that moment the two birds would be united. The delicately floral scent with hints of ripe fruit reflects kindness, beauty, and elegance. Fruity and floral, it smells of ripe white fruits, aromatic herbs, and fresh almonds. Guanciabianca has a balanced flavor, full yet fresh and slightly salty from the sea breeze.

Song: Just What I Needed by The Cars

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Fabio Ferracane Guancia Bianca

Fabio Ferracane Guancia Bianca tells the story of two Sicilian “acidduzzi” (birds) that are in love. Guancia Bianca is a white wine of Catarratto grapes, dedicated to the tiny Sicilian “acidduzza” (bird) in love. After Guancia Nera first kissed her, a small white patch would appear on her cheek, and from that moment the two birds would be united. The delicately floral scent with hints of ripe fruit reflects kindness, beauty, and elegance. Fruity and floral, it smells of ripe white fruits, aromatic herbs, and fresh almonds. Guanciabianca has a balanced flavor, full yet fresh and slightly salty from the sea breeze.

About Fabio Ferracane Wines

“It was thanks to my enology studies that I realized that true wine is not chemistry but territory.” — Fabio Ferracane

With a passion for slow cultivation and the uniqueness and beauty of the local territory, Fabio Ferracane builds on his familial history to create dynamic natural wines. These wines represent a persistent determination to craft wine that eschews the biochemical process instead of placing emphasis on the delicate relationship between winemaker and wine.

Tending to the vineyard passed down through generations, Fabio Ferracane studied enology and viticulture at university before realizing his philosophy that true wine is not chemistry but territory. The vineyard now includes 5 hectares with two more on the way where the mission to make natural wine motivates each day of work tending the grounds and working the cellar.