Superiore bianco indeed. Fragrant and floral. Enticing. Light and lovely. The yum in yummy.
A crazy legs blend of Garganega, Treviano Toscano, Tocai, Cortese, and then a smidgen of Chardonnay, Riesling, and Malvasio. Aging on the lees is what the reviewers write. Wine drinkers will just enjoy. Or should just enjoy.
A most desirable departure from the usual suspects. Here comes summer.
Gobs of gentle fruit, more blossom and aroma than meat, gorgeously balanced, a tight, acid finish with a plummy aftertaste. Beautiful on the palate, a superb aperitif, and very friendly with light cheese and seafood. Who can complain? Buy six for the patio.
Price: An extremely reasonable $23 at BC Liquor.
Market Liquidity: It writes happily, Best Wishes from Napoli.