This white wine takes its name from the ancient
pre-Roman city of Satricum.
Traces of the earliest huts, which formed a village
around a central place of worship on high
ground near the river Astura, date from the IX
This hillside settlement, later to become the
acropolis of the city, was the site of a temple
dedicated to the goddess Mater Matuta. Remains
of her temple can still be seen today close to
Casale del Giglio’s vineyards in the hamlet of Le
Ferriere, near the town of Latina.
Grape Varieties and
*(Proportions may vary slightly
from year to year depending
on the vintage).
A blend of 40% Chardonnay, 40% Sauvignon and
20% Trebbiano Giallo grapes*. The grapes,
harvested just as they begin to ripen, are vinified
separately to ensure that the fresh, distinctive
aromas of each variety come through in the final
Only the very best bunches are selected and after a
careful soft-pressing the free-run juice is separated
from the skins. Temperature is carefully controlled
throughout the 7 or 8 days of slow, continuous
fermentation. After racking, the new wine matures
in stainless steel tanks before it is bottled at the
beginning of the following year.
Tasting Note A bright straw-yellow, this elegant blend reveals a
fruity, lightly aromatic yet mineral nose,
confirmed on the palate by a pleasing crispness
and a lengthy finish.