Flirty aromas of blackberry and blueberry jam, blackcurrant leaf and violets come charging right out of the gate. Balsamic electricity running through a palate of blueberry juice. Gentle prickly tannins.
A lively, sapid expression of high altitude Etna nerello mascalese, ready to drink now. — 11 days ago
Hawberry, bergamot, spicy, tannic, dried cherry, light body — 3 days ago
Delicious light red wine, nice balance with lush red fruit. — 6 days ago
Fresh, light oak, fruity finish - peach, touch of apricot — 5 days ago
100% Nerelllo Mascalese from very old vines (80+ years) grown on the north slope of the Etna. Bright red with crunchy red cherry, plum, spice and smoke. Fruit is less prevalent in the mouth and the mineral component is more evident. Still big tannins with good acidity. Texturally very pleasing with long finish — a day ago
a southern wine from Sicilia that thwarts the forecasts. Light dress reminiscent of a pinot noir. medium bodied. Holding, and the point of acidity that awakens the palate, and calls the next glass. Unexpected. beautiful discovery. — 17 days ago
Clear garnet with a slight haze. Red apple, pomegranate, and brick on the nose. Firm acidity and very firm tannins intro the medium palate of red apple peel, pomegranate, and terra cotta. Very firm tannins. A no holds barred Cornelissen joint that will support your heartiest of fare. Just be aware that this isn’t your father’s Italian wine. Also, very firm tannins. Drink at one sitting now through 2027. — 17 days ago