Aromas - Almond, apple and a little bit of custard. Lovely in the mouth, slightly oily, a bit of acidity and some peach stone bitterness. Plenty to it for the money.
Ps (read the label after making this note - the label says papaya and I can see that - a papaya is also known as pawpaw or 'custard-apple', however in reality as well as tasting of apples and custard, papayas taste of sewage). — a month ago
Słodki posmak - owocowe - śliwka — 8 days ago
My first Grillo.
Underripe peach, green apple, key lime, honeysuckle, touch of green vegetable, and hint of white flower. Medium to full body is nicely textured with bracing acidity. Long saline mineral finish. To me this is like a hybrid of Chablis and Gruner. Lovey! — a month ago
Straw colored with subtle floral notes. Peach and lemon flavors. Nice balanced acidity. Very enjoyable! — 2 months ago
Rich, tangy, semi-sweet with strong raisin, cinnamon, and butter flavors — 2 months ago
Extraordinary Grillo. Exceptional — 11 days ago
Lots of stone fruit flavor. Citrus/minerality. — 2 months ago
Light lemon green color...lemon, lime explodes from the glass. Acidity capable of lightening your teeth. Bone dry with amazing depth and length. Works well with take-out Indian. Savory, crisp, clean... perfect patio wine. High-acid, unoaked Italian whites offer a ridiculous QPR and the average consumer knows shit-all and buys boring, insipid Pinot Grigio! — 2 months ago