2018 Le Casematte "Peloro" Bianco Sicila

SKU #1426044 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2018 Peloro Bianco is a blend of Grillo and Caricante (this estate spells the grape with one "r") with linear and sharp edges. The Grillo grapes add snappy freshness and linearity, while the Caricante is more neutral and more impactful in terms of mouthfeel. This is a fresh and zesty wine to pair with fried avocado or that fatty tuna belly sushi roll, otoro. No oak was used. (ML)  (10/2019)

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By: Jacques Moreira | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/9/2019 | Send Email
Very refreshingly light and almost "vivace" on the palate (reminded me of a Txacoli). An intriguing note of salinity, does entice one to a seafood platter! Think, hot weather, sand and mezze food galore!

By: Cameron Hoppas | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/16/2019 | Send Email
Most all of my colleagues and friends know that I love Mediterranean whites. And most of them know it's because I love crisp white wines with salty minerality. That's precisely why I love this wine. Both Grillo and Carricante are characteristically mineral driven, Grillo perhaps to a lesser extent with a little more fruit. As a blend of the two, this wine tastes like a someone scooped a generous splash of the Mediterranean sea right into the bottle, followed by a little sprinkle of local herbs. Perfect for pairing with some of my favorite briny foods--small fish, capers, olives and cured meats--drink this wine with any of these and you'll know just why I love these wines.

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