Post September 13, 2019 – Vino Vero Venezia
Aldo Viola: the Shock of Alcamo

A positive wave of ‘Sicilianity’ and rurality with a lively and intense personality.



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A whirlwind, a vibration, a jolt … every image evokes a transition from a state of stillness to that of movement, represented in perfect synthesis the moment in which Aldo Viola shakes your hand to introduce himself. Transmitting a positive wave of ‘Sicilianity’ and rurality, a man who counts only upon himself at the cost of being uncomfortable, bizarre, eccentric.
The hills in the province of Alcamo where his vineyards are found are imbued with the energy of the wind, with a height between 300 and 400m, the sea breeze cools the ripening fruit in the warmer summer months, producing a juicy pulp that we find in all his grapes: Grillo, Syrah, Cataratto and Perricone. Both the wine and its producer come with a lively and intense personality.

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