Federico Graziani began in the world of wine very early, at the age of 15 he enrolled in sommelier courses and in 1998 at the age of 23 he won the competition for the best sommelier in Italy at 23. This allows him to gain experience alongside big names such as Gualtieri Marchesi, Stefano Cavallino, Bruno Loubet, Cracco Aimo and Nadia Moroni. Finally, in 2006 he deepened his studies and obtained a degree in Oenology and met Salvo Foti who pushed him to become a producer. By chance he learns of a centenary vineyard that was about to be uprooted in Passopisciaro, so he decides to buy it and a few years later his first wine is released: Profumo di Vulcano. The result of an encounter with the traditions and flavors of a unique territory.
Carricante, Riesling Renano, Gewurztraminer, Chenin Blanc and Grecanico
The wine undergoes spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts, does not undergo malolactic fermentation, matures on its fine lees for about 12 months and after a period of 6 months of aging in the bottle it is ready to be released on the market.
Brilliant white with greenish hues. Intense aromas of fresh tropical fruit, rose, white musk, lemon granita and salt. On the palate it is harmonious, fresh, fine and saline with a persistent aftertaste. Remember the freshness of the snow and the salinity of the Mediterranean.
It goes very well with raw fish dishes, seafood, oysters, shellfish and wild asparagus.