This is made from the Grillo grape in Sicily. Light yellow/gold in color, clear and bright. The nose has a nice minerality along with a touch of salinity and a bit of melon/cantaloupe. Medium bodied. On the palate, this is dry with a nice texture. The cantaloupe comes thru along with a touch of lemon candy. Enough acidity, especially on the finish to give it some energy and zing. This is drinking well on its own but will work well with lighter summer dinners. Drink over the next couple of years. A very nice value at MSRP $15.
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