So this week I have a fun white wine! It’s a grape variety I’m sure is going to be very new for you (I’m only a little familiar with it) but here we go!
Magnificat Greco di Tufo
This wine is a great example of a Greco grape variety (granted I have not had many in my short life), the colour has a beautiful deep gold and, especially considering it is a younger wine, this is rare. The nose has a very lovely aroma of peach, apple, pear, flowers, and mineral. It is a very dry wine with a full body and a long finish with a nice mouth water acidity with an almost oily texture. I would say drink now but it does have a tiny bit of potential to age for maybe a year. Enjoy on its own or with seafood, butter chicken, or shellfish.
Erik Flemming for Bruce in the City
Edited by Mary Ellen Monk