This is made from 100% Insolia (also known as Ansonica) grapes in Sicily. Silvery/light golden in color, clear and bright. The nose has lanolin, limes, whites pepper and cantaloupe. Medium bodied. Lightly oily in texture. Light tannins. On the palate, there is the barest perception of sweetness on the attack with melons and light minerality in the mid-palate. A lingering finish. This is very tasty. It drinks well on its own and worked well with Spanakopita. Drink over the next five years.
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