I like, regardless, that grape variety, and I think De Bartoli’s version, is one of the best. In summary, severity of moods and aromas of an island, put into the bottle.
A fresh bursting nose, wind drenched, sun and sea. Waves of solid salty minerality, plenty of fresh and dried fruit - orange and grapefruit, apricot and peach, almond and date - with beeswax and Mediterranean bush.
Dry palate, inviting and concrete, with a proper balance between the mineral and fruity structure. Upbeat acidity and strong tasty progression, complete these sips, by effective persistence, with pleasant iodinated return.
Light territoriality sips, from Contrada Samperi.