The “Floral” wine line by Caruso & Minini features a curated selection of Sicilian organic varietal wines, including Grillo, Catarratto, Perricone, Nero d’Avola, and a macerated white. These wines serve as a bridge to the winery’s rich tradition and heritage. Collaborating with the Zanzara lab, the evocative names chosen for each label evoke the imagination and language of childhood. Both in terms of their aromatic profiles and packaging, these five bottles symbolize the identity and essence of the land from which they originate.



Straw yellow color almost golden like the mustard flowers reported on the label, the Catalù Catarratto by Caruso & Minini discloses an explosive mix of fruit and flower flavours enhancing freshness and elegance.
The sea breezes blowing from the sea to the vineyards make Catalù full, mineral and slightly savory. After a Hand harvesting taking place over the first part of September, grapes are cryomacerated in stainless steel fermenters to ease the polyphenolic extraction; the product ages in steel tanks before bottling. An identifying white suitable for being tasted at any meal. A white wine enclosing the essence of the Sicilian winemaking history characterized by love for the vineyard, just here in the Salemi area.



Perippò is a powerful pure Perricone wine suitable for every occasion. Perricone vine has been neglected in favour of other native and non-native black grape vine varieties for years but nowadays the situation has reversed.
Perippò production involves a hand-harvesting which is carried out over the last part of September. Maceration and fermentation steps require at least 15 days at approximately 25 degrees; followed by the maturation taking 6 months in steel tanks and an other 3/6 months in the bottle. This red wine discloses an enveloping bouquet rich in red fruit, mixed with the typical note of liquorice expressed by perricone vine. This Caruso&Minini’s label reports borage flowers to define the perfect synthesis between tradition and modernity.



Intense and elegant white wine. “Lillo” by Caruso & Minini tells about the biodiversity of the places, the connection between man and nature graphically represented by a label showing sorrel flowers spontaneously growing between the rows of the vineyard. The winemaking preocess involves both cryomaceration of the destemmed grapes at controlled temperature of 4°C for about 4-12 hours ,and static clarification followed by steel aging before bottling. With its wide aromatic flower and fruit profile, this white wine is both suitable for an immediate consumption and able of being included among the Sicilian typical flavours .Lillo stands out for its salty touch on the palate, perfectly in balance with structure and softness.


Nero d’avola

A garnet red wine with purple edges brilliantly expressing, soft tannins and good acidity on the palate in perfect balance with the ‘nose’. The label recalls Sulla flowers which bring nitrogen to the soil, nourishing the vineyard. Caruso & Minini’s Vualà is the result of a careful selection of hand-harvested Nero d’Avola grapes. The winemaking process requires that 50% of Nero d’Avola ages in 225-litre barriques and the other 50% ages in stainless steel tanks, in both cases for two months. The bottle maturation step requires 2 months playing a key role to define the aromatic profile of this red wine An intriguing and fruity Nero d’Avola expressing roundness and a truly harmonious finish.


Bianco macerato

An orange wine created according to an old and new style. Caruso & Minini’ s Arancino is a pure Catarratto which grapes are hand-harvested throughout the first days of September. The peculiarity concerns the winemaking process which follows on the one hand the style of red wine with maceration of the must in contact with the grape skin, on the other hand , grapes undergo a cryomaceration at controlled temperature, static clarification and maturation in steel, according to white winemaking process. A strong and important organic wine showing an aromatic complement based on candied citrus fruits and typical Mediterranean herbs. On the palate, salinity and tannicity harmonize each other showing freshness and giving an elegant and persistent finish.