The 2015 Greco di Tufo is minerally intense, showing spicy pear and hints of peach, as notes of savory herbs develop in the glass. On the palate, I’m finding soft textures with impressive weight, giving way to ripe orchard fruit, with hints of hazelnut, subtle spice and minerals. (Eric Guido, Vinous, May 2020)
— 22 days ago
Best Greco I’ve had, and I’ve had many. This is an amazingly underrated grape, but’s great along, with cheese, or light fare. All I know is that I want to try some of the other obscure Mastrobernardino whites I can’t usually get and in fact have barely heard of. — 18 days ago
$19 2017 hay grass honey blossom light. Great for seafood. Great with sage brown butter pasta. “A lunch time delight” Kiri Coles — a month ago
100% Greco di Tufo Brut Nature. Such a lovely, toasty, almond scented nose. Gorgeous. Clean, mineral, sea air. Palate is elegant, cloud like and juicy with nice citrus and lime. Wonderful mouthfeel and very refreshing and finishes limey and minerally. Perfect for a warm day like today.
Upped to a 9.3 as with air this got insane. Lime confectionary craziness on the nose. Psycho depth and purity. This wowed me now. — a month ago
As polarizing as they come. I, luckily, enjoyed the hell out of it! Insanely mineral, saline, citrus, and savory. While I find this combination a lot in wines grown farther North, it’s so interesting to taste these profiles in a wine that is obviously from hot, sunny locations. — a month ago