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2015
91

Pale straw. Intense melon, lemon and pear on the bright, very fruity nose. Then ... Read all

Pale straw. Intense melon, lemon and pear on the bright, very fruity nose. Then more ripe orchard fruit in the mouth, along with hints of custard cream and a saline bent. Lively, harmonious acidity on the long, juicy, and surprisingly spicy finish. Anthilia is always a great buy, but this 2015 is a knockout effort. Anthilia is the name in Latin of a mountain located behind the winery (the Italian name of which is Entella). Mainly Cataratto varieties and other local grapes. Drinking window: 2016 – 2017. (Ian d’Agata)

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USA
2016, December 8
2015
91 pt.
The Planet Grape Wine Review

Light, dry, crisp and expressive red with notes of strawberry, sour cherry, ... Read all

Light, dry, crisp and expressive red with notes of strawberry, sour cherry, Nutella, brown mushroom, sea spray and white flowers. (Catherine Fallis)

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USA
2015
2015
Der beste Grillo

Germany
09/04/2017
2015
88 pts

USA
Magazine August Issue
2015
90 pt

A fresh-style chardonnay with finesse and balance. Lively acidity, medium body, ... Read all

A fresh-style chardonnay with finesse and balance. Lively acidity, medium body, delicious fruit and apple and light honey character. Drink now.

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USA
Nov. 2016
2015
92

A balanced white with lots of energy and beauty delivering chalk, stone and ... Read all

A balanced white with lots of energy and beauty delivering chalk, stone and sliced-lemon character. Medium body, lovely intensity of fruit and a long and flavorful finish. Drink now.

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Nov. 2016
2015
91 pts

USA
Episode #2364 - August 2016
2015
91 pt

Bright red. Blue fruit and sweet spices on the explosively fruity nose. Then ... Read all

Bright red. Blue fruit and sweet spices on the explosively fruity nose. Then fresh, bright and juicy, offering red berry, red cherry and mineral flavors lifted by a bright violet kick. Finishes long and vibrant with a whiplash of fresh dark berries and noteworthy youthful tannic bite. Relatively low fermentation temperatures (79°F/26°C) help express the fruity nature of Nero d’Avola. Full of early appeal, this is a gorgeous wine for the money. Drinking window: 2016 – 2018. (Ian d’Agata)

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USA
2016, December 8