This is made from the Nero Mascalese grape grown on old vines in Sicily on Mt.
This is a Rose wine from Sicily made from Nero Mascalese grapes. Pink/orange in color, clear and bright. Fresh nose with cherries, slight cranberries, char and salinity. Light to medium bodied. On the palate, this has nice lively acidity. Cherries, cherry juice and char. Long finish. This drinks very easily and it is also quite food friendly. From Salmon to a Steak, this will pair nicely. Drink over the next two to three years.
This is Carricante from Sicily but made by California winery owner Kevin Harvery (Rhys). Light golden in color, some darker gold swirls, clear and bright. The nose is intriguing with minerality, some char, lemons, almonds and salinity. Lovely, slightly viscous texture. Light tannins. On the palate, loads of minerality, some lemons and slight smoke. Great acidity. Long finish. This drinks great on its own, but would be better with food such as a Lemon Pasta. Drink over the next ten years.
This is made from Carricante grapes on the slopes of Mt. Etna in Sicily. Yellow/gold in color, clear and bright. An interesting nose with peach, slight orange notes, smoke, and almonds. Full bodied with a slightly viscous texture. Good acidity. On the palate, lemons and minerals/smoke. A bit of lemon candy on the Long finish. This drinks very well on its own and will work well with sea food and lighter foods. drink over the next couple of years.
This was ordered off the menu at Ceres Table in Chicago's Lakeview East area. While I have had the reds many times, this was my first time trying the white. It is made up of 100% Chardonnay grown at around 3,000 feet on the side of Mt.