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50% Grecanico, 50% Inzolia
Rami was originally called Ramingallo which is the name of an area near Agrigento, Sicily. The wine has no connection to that area other than that Giusto and Giambattiasta liked the name Ramingallo! Gallo had an issue with their having "gallo" in the name and so they had to change the name to just Rami.
Rami is equal parts Inzolia and Grecanico fermented on their skins in concrete tanks, yielding a beautiful late afternoon-orange color and aromas of orange blossom, apple cider, and raw almonds.