Native to Sicily, Inzolia is one of Sicily’s most widely cultivated white wine grapes. It is found mostly on the western side of the island and is frequently blended with Cataratto, another native Sicilian variety. When harvested early, Inzolia grapes maintain enough acidity to be made into a varietal wine. The grape was exported to Tuscany, where it is still vinified today under the name Ansonica. Inzolia-based wines are also known for their recognizable nutty character.