‘Giato’ is the name of the area around the ancient Greek theatre on Mount Jato, and this white wine is one of the everyday bottlings from Centopassi. It is dry, very well made, and delicious, very different in style and quality from most of the commercial examples from this area. The Giato Bianco is a blend of 60% Grillo and 40% Catarratto from the Giabbascio Pietralunga and Verzanica vineyards, planted on the Belice Corleonese plateau. These two grape varieties are widely grown in western Sicily and used to be mostly used to make Marsala. They make very good white wine too; this shows none of the vague soft character of bad commercial examples, but is brisk, flavorful (hints of herbs, apple and mandarin orange) and delicious. Shockingly good for the money.