This is an Italian white from Kevin Harvey. If that name sounds familiar, he is the owner of Rhys in Santa Cruz, California and a maker of wonderful Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs. This is his first vintage and is made from the Carricante grape, a white grape indigenous to Sicily. The wine itself is delicious. Light golden in color. The nose is reminiscent of a Hermitage Blanc. It is very waxy with lemon curd. There is also a slightly smokiness to it. On the palate, this has great acidity. The wine is fresh with lots of energy. The lemon curd carries thru but there is also a nice underlying minerality. Good finish. This will work with all but the heaviest of foods. It will be interesting to see how this ages. I really have no clue as it loses it freshness will it gain complexity or depth? That will be fun to watch. It is a 2014 and was only recently released (2019).
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