Catarrato Bianco (cat-a-RHAT-o Bee-AHN-co)


Bland but hearty Italian variety grown widely in Sicily and used as a blending grape, especially for Marsala. At lower yields makes a more interesting wine. On Mt. Etna in Sicily called carricante. The grape is probably the progeny of garganega.

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