This is a blend of Inzolia, Catarratto and Grecanico grapes along with some Chardonnay.  Silvery, green gold in color.  The nose is a bit mild with minerals and light pine notes.  Better on the palate.  Slight soapy (but not in a bad way) more like lanolin.  Then tart green apples come thru picking up intensity especially on the finish.  This is clean with very nice acidity.  A medium length finish.  Screw capped, this took a few minutes to open.  It was served at about 50F but really showed better once it warmed a bit.  Very refreshing wine and the tart apple acidity worked quite well with food.  I am told this retails for around $12 to $15 and that is an excellent value for a pretty good summer white wine.  It probably should be drunk sooner than later as the freshness and energy will fade over the next few yars.  

Grade: 
B+
Score: 
89
Vintage: 
2018

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