The Nicosia 2013 Vulkà Bianco (Etna) wine is of the White Blend variety from Italy, produced within the Vulkà Bianco vineyard in the Sicily & Sardinia province. The cost is $(unsure – varies significantly). This wine has a score of 74/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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I’m a big fan of this wine from the land of the soil, and this one is a big, bold, savory and ripe, ripe and jammy. The finish shows the dark power of the vintage.
This is a full-bodied wine from the top vineyard of the estate. It’s a big-boned, ripe, full-bodied, smooth wine that’s packed with black plum, black cherry and chocolate flavors that come forward in the lips. It’s heavy and ripe, and it needs time to unwind. Drink from 2020.
This is an intense and concentrated, ripe and concentrated wine. It’s soft, round and dense with all the potential of a ripe, rich wine that will develop further in the cellar. Drink from 2021.
This is a big, full-bodied wine with a heart of black plum and black cherry. The aromas are rich, and the flavors are rounded out by a firm core of tannins. There is a fine line of acidity to keep the fruit from becoming too overripe. Drink from 2025.
In this fresh, lightly honeyed wine, the aromas are fresh and fruity. Fresh and fruity, it has light tannins and a crisp edge of acidity.
This light and fruity wine is made from organically grown grapes. It’s crisp and light, but with a crisp aftertaste. Drink now.
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