Contrada Cavaliere Etna Bianco Carricante 2017

Just as you would expect, lively, salty, good acid and super fresh…love these wines and this is a perfect example — 23 days ago

Eddie, Keith and 1 other liked this


Pietra Marina Etna Bianco Superiore Carricante 2016

This wine was awesome. — 3 months ago

LM, David and 12 others liked this


Rovittello Etna Rosso Nerello Mascalese 2012

I was looking for the Contessa but couldn’t find it in the cellar so ended up with the Rovittello which I had only 9 weeks ago in November 2020. A savoury cherry nose with that Etna minerality - earthy and touch of volcanic dust. A light to medium weight palate. The finest of sandy tannins - oak almost totally integrated. An excellent wine with lamb mince. Bought at the winery several years ago on our Sicilian trip. Seems like a lifetime ago. — 6 months ago

Peter, Arden and 18 others liked this


Etna Rosso Nerello Mascalese 2015

Colour of cold black tea. Cherry, toffee, earth and dried herbs on the nose. Palate has savoury earthy cherry - just medium bodied. The following night savoury red fruits with a skinnsy element on the palate developing into a touch of astringency. Not for long keeping - drink now if you have some. — a month ago

Jamie, Severn and 17 others liked this


Contrada Monte Serra Etna Rosso

A new friend! — 2 months ago

Josh, Yianni and 11 others liked this


Etna Rosso Nerello Mascalese Nerello Cappuccio 2017

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Biancodicaselle Etna Bianco Carricante 2019

Light and and a touch spritzy, very refreshing for summer — a month ago


Rovittello Etna Rosso Nerello Cappuccio Blend 2012

From prior bottles I didn’t decant this as I knew there was no sediment. One of the lightest Italian Reds you will find not considering Rosato. Mid to light Ruby in colour. Very earthy - cherry skins savoury and minerally. You can almost assume this has been grown on decayed lava flows, which it has. Bought at the cellar door around 5 years ago. I love this wine but it’s not worth the $110 AUD I paid. The grapes from Etnas favoured northern slopes even though the winery itself is on the south western slopes of Mount Etna. — 2 months ago

Severn, Jamie and 13 others liked this