This is a white wine made in Sicily from Certified Organic Grillo (pronounced GREE-lo) grapes at a Co-Op. 12.5% ABV. Golden in color with a very slight copper hue, clear and bright. The nose is nice, minerals, quince, and a very slight minty note. Slightly viscous with a medium body. On the palate, the minerality comes thru along with lemons, and quince. There is a slightly bitter note (lemon pith?) on the finish. The finish is of moderate length. Overall, this is a very refreshing wine that was quite a hit with a few friends I shared the remains of the bottle with. It got better with an hour or two of air which is always a good sign. Still, it should be drunk in the next few years to enjoy the vibrancy. This would work well with most sea foods or vegetarian fare. Great value.
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