Glad I tried it and would have again but not first choice — 11 days ago
Really smooth, slightly fruity, GREAT with pasta/red sauce — 10 months ago
Italy. White. Sicilian.
100% Malvasia grapes. This was a really interesting one; got hints of sea salt more than fruit (maybe some lemon and nectarine), straw color, thick compared to most Italian white blend/moscato/Pinot Grigio...more like a chardonnay consistency but no buttery taste - tasted much lighter. Think of cooking with butter vs olive oil - this is more like olive oil. Went wonderfully with seafood (spaghetti alle vongole)...used it to cook the dish too. Don’t really taste the alcohol (13.5% alc. by vol.). I really liked it and it was unlike other whites I’ve tried. More expensive than other whites I’ve tried but I definitely would get it again as I felt it had more depth. Not a sparkling or wine with “zing”. — a year ago
Fresh and aromatic-perfect with the seafood here — 18 days ago
Cantine Colosi Malvasia Delle Lipari Passito Di Salina 2009: Grown on the island of Salina, off the coast of Sicily (part of the volcanic Aeolian Islands or Isole Eolie), this wine presents a milder sweetness than I am used to. Strong honey aromas dominate the nose however the warm orange & nectar flavors soothe the palate and bring a familiar smile to my face. Mild hints of apricot & fig appear on other sips as I finish the glass and tasting experience. Overall, a good dessert wine to end any evening. Have a great week! Cheers🍷 — 6 months ago
Excellent balance of apple and citrus fruit, liveliness and bite, really nice with fish and chicken. 2017. — 3 years ago
Italy. White. Campania.
Very bright and great for summer. Lemon notes. Feels like you’re by the Amalfi Coast - that’s what I like about good Italian wines - the sense of terroir is very vivid. I prefer the Colosi which has more body and less zing but this was good with my seafood pasta. 13.5% alc by vol. — a year ago
Muscat d’Alexandria ( zibibbo ) , àmbar fosc , de cos mig. Avellanes i pansa. Aromàtic i llarg de gust. Amb un jesuita de ca’n Lacasa. — a year ago