Area of production: countryside Caselle, on the eastern side of Etna, commune of Milo (Ct). Only the Etna Bianco produced in this region may be given the title of Superiore. Climate: high rainfall and humidity with great temperature changes throughout the day. Terrain: sandy, volcanic, rich in minerals, with a subacid reaction. Color: pale yellowish with greenish tints. Scent: intense, rich and fruity, of orange and lemon flowers, and ripe apple. Taste: dry, with pleasant acidity, nice aromatic persistence and after taste of anise and almond. Gastronomic accompaniment with fish even if elaborate. Duration: It expresses its fruity refining four years after harvest. It maintains its organoleptic characteristics, evolving for several years.