Pure, fresh, supple, and trimmer proportioned with dried red fruit, licorice, volcanic rock, and herbal notes that seem characteristic of the appellation. Adds a bit of intensity and grip on the finish. There is good value here for ~$16.
dinner with colleagues on a Monday night.; 9/21/2015-9/22/2015 (at our home): fitting that I, after having two different experiences with this wine ranging from merely good to plain excellent, with the third 2012 etna rosso find myself with what I would consider a mid point between the two. Very good but given the company at last night's dinner party, this was not the best wine of the evening.
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