Reviewed on 2018-08-29
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Rating 91
Style White
Blend
Vintage 2017
Appellation
Italy
ABV 12.5%
Price $22.00  Buy This Wine
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Perfect For

Boozy Beach Trips, Date Night, Drinking Outside the Lines

Drink If You Like

Grenache Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc , Vermentino

Cantine Colosi Salina Bianco 2017 Review

Cantine Colsi is a 4th generation family-owned winery on the island of Salina, a small volcanic island off the coast of northeastern Sicily. Their Salinia Bianco is an equal blend of Insolia and Catarratto, two indigenous Sicilian grapes, and has a pale, slightly golden color. The aromas and flavors are very expressive, and include citrus, white peach, and hints of lavender and sea salt. It's a nicely textured, medium/full-bodied white, with a long finish and a slightly salty, so-called "mineral" quality. There's something about the wine that's very evocative of the sea, and it would taste especially good sipped at the beach, either on its own or paired with fresh seafood.

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Cantine Colosi Salina Bianco 2017
Cantine Colsi is a 4th generation family-owned winery on the island of Salina, a small volcanic island off the coast of northeastern Sicily. Their Salinia Bianco is an equal blend of Insolia and Catarratto, two indigenous Sicilian grapes, and has a pale, slightly golden color. The aromas and flavors are very expressive, and include citrus, white peach, and hints of lavender and sea salt. It's a nicely textured, medium/full-bodied white, with a long finish and a slightly salty, so-called "mineral" quality. There's something about the wine that's very evocative of the sea, and it would taste especially good sipped at the beach, either on its own or paired with fresh seafood.

Reviewed On: 08-29-2018
91
POINTS
Cantine Colosi Salina Bianco 2017
Cantine Colsi is a 4th generation family-owned winery on the island of Salina, a small volcanic island off the coast of northeastern Sicily. Their Salinia Bianco is an equal blend of Insolia and Catarratto, two indigenous Sicilian grapes, and has a pale, slightly golden color. The aromas and flavors are very expressive, and include citrus, white peach, and hints of lavender and sea salt. It's a nicely textured, medium/full-bodied white, with a long finish and a slightly salty, so-called "mineral" quality. There's something about the wine that's very evocative of the sea, and it would taste especially good sipped at the beach, either on its own or paired with fresh seafood.

Reviewed On: 08-29-2018