This wine is produced with the autochthonous white vine Greco Bianco, probably originating in the Hellenic peninsula and mainly widespread on the Ionian coast of Calabria. During their migrations to Italy, the Greek settlers brought many vine cuttings and seeds, which then originated many vines in center and Southern Italy, all sharing the “greco” (Greek) root in their names.

This wine has a bright straw-yellow color, good alcohol content and acidity, and a fresh, rather fruity flavor with a sapid finish.


Cirò DOC bianco Mare Chiaro