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Zibibbo

Zibibbo or Moscato d'Alessandria has been cultivated in Sicily since the Phoenician times. This grape was mainly used as table grapes, both fresh and dried. Hence the name of Arabic origin "Zibibbo", used in Sicily to indicate the grapes to be preserved withered.

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The Zibibbo di Sicilia Eughenes is pale yellow with marked greenish reflections, aromatic bouquet with hints of orange blossom and elderberry. On the palate it is soft and enveloping, and stands out for its elegant aromatic notes.
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