Most of us have experienced Grillo when we've tasted Marsala wine. There are vast vineyards on Sicily where farmers grow the Grillo vines that yield big, golden bunches of these special grapes. Depending on how the table-style wines are made, whether fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks or fermented in tanks and then aged in oak barrels, you'll appreciate the experience and may even come away thinking of Chardonnay. In the case of the white wine from Guarino Vini, you can taste the Bianco Superiore that blends Grillo with estate-grown Chardonnay and Viognier. An unusual blend with a growing following of devotees around the world.