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A welcome -- my favorite time of the week why with me I get to talk wine and this week actually I didn't talk about Sicilian wind which as is is really nice and a lot about.
And I had nothing.
Why I had my two favorite but with me here today Vick -- and Tony -- -- at the time is it just all encompassed in one big.
Hug you too are.
And we tell your story before but very quickly it's how generations have come together right.
You knew his dad -- you've kind of had a little love connection -- and here we are we're here you me and TV shows so fast enough to show you just in Sicily.
How we're going to Sicily.
In a few days and -- to -- the second season he gingerly -- gravel.
And Tony goes all the -- -- with maintenance food wine culture history.
And it's a great show doing very well on public television.
It's a professor one of the things that I found as I was reading through my notes is there are so many Greeks.
That may never even heard in -- yeah.
A lot of them are planted solely in Sicily just about exclusively in Sicily.
-- probably the most important as the red grape variety -- -- -- yes and this also called you become breezy that Calabria in great but there's no connection with Colombia.
Throw the -- in Kabul and it's it's a very majestic kind agree it was a great winemaker.
Giacomo cocky she called -- the barren and -- with the king.
A Sicilian red grapes very elegant winds.
But I don't think people realize that this is -- produces more wind in the whole state California and the whole country of Australia I don't think people know that and -- -- -- me so proud of my mind my island country yet.
It is support the introduction of all of Italy Sicily so -- -- going to be other regions of the -- that brings more alliances that.
So the white finally did Chardonnay planets that are very good producer and and we move through this line it's do you think they'll show though guys terrorists all of editorial.
No doubt a lot.
And for pop don't.
Both indigenous graves.
And because it has -- around that it's the only DO CG one the highest classification of Italy in all of Sicily.
The only one only and we bought this for you because he was in I'm getting about how well these classes there and they're -- is good for good.
Flexible less than cool yeah the American -- -- perfect for traveling from new York and -- -- -- -- Afghanistan.
And it's had a very special one because.
It's very highly regarded because the only DO -- winds -- and that of parole only one in all of this innocent deaths and is that because of the transition from bulk.
To -- yeah.
So will we don't you think we will see north Seymour and we'll see more US CG outcome that is Sicily.
OK so this is -- -- are there indigenous weight great.
Yes yes is it in his only for example which is very important a lot of the white grapes used to be used to make marsala.
And about 1520 years ago people realize they could make really good table wants -- seen grapes.
So -- -- has very floral to the beautiful white grape variety.
It's also called on Sony -- And it likes to see and you find some also -- coastal Tuscany there's more -- right else yes and read history yeah I think Sicily when you think physically you think.
The -- -- -- but we have -- we have to think that were we're an island breakfast C.
And finished dominate right -- at this time and I think crazy yes and in Italy food and wine go to get -- so important if we're gonna eat.
A beautiful piece of fish from the C yes we'll have a white -- with that so.
All -- hero has maybe gained or garnered more attention.
The white -- of Sicily -- cases son.
-- piece of fruit with -- that he and they're beautiful they're sending an eagle great with that.
-- has -- -- train coming out of sleep is it just everything bigger better lions better quality that I think there's a lot of concentration in the -- area there's a lot of foreign investment both Italian and non Italian.
It's probably the hottest -- you now because we feel this loyalists so special.
The position themselves so quickly tell us what you have.
So we have we have to nearer to winds and -- now we have one from -- -- got so called common era and one from.
Can -- that terror in Erie and it's a single vineyard and both of these are -- vines.
-- -- which is a disease that hit all the allies in Europe.
So here you have very old -- -- vines at the same root stock for their historical site and geographic zone in Italy.
It's ever changing the volcano erupts -- -- -- in the soil loses crazy environment.
It's very high.
Often times -- critics say that these lines remind them of Burgundy pinot noir yeah this is lilac color like you can see the color this is very light.
But the body and the complexity.
Is very deep yeah -- lions.
I think are really the highlight successes yeah.
Think -- the highlight of my day we unfortunately have to go out and we're just keep drinking.
Right I have to go fortunately.
The -- Tony -- you have to pay attention to Michelle Wednesday showed an air.
This show is airing right now it's WNET channel thirteen at 630 on Saturdays -- going into rerun.
Because our first season is done and we're back in -- a few days and we're -- films he's into.
It with the -- with professors always -- All right so look I can actually -- you go half a glass of fabulous line -- tell you -- have seen this very thing years.
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