Malvasia Bianca

Birichino

Pétulant Naturel Malvasia Bianca

Like laying your head in a field of wild flowers. — a month ago

Monastero Suore Cistercensi

Coenobium Ruscum Lazio Bianco Trebbiano Blend 2021

Amy
8.9

more like a red wine on the nose and palate- very quirky! fruit skin (peach, pear) tannic quality, vegetal (maybe artichoke flavor?) described as roasted fennel. The citrus quality and acid hit differently than a typical white or orange. a fun wine to try with a friend who likes wine. - angela brought this — a month ago

Le Coste

Litrozzo Bianco Procanico Blend

Fav orange in a while. Good funk — 2 months ago

Ferrando Vini

Etichetta Bianca (White Label) Carema Nebbiolo 2019

Delectable Wine
9.2

The 2019 Carema Etichetta Bianca is laced with sweet pipe tobacco, cedar, mint, dried flowers, crushed rocks and Alpine herbs. This is an especially floral, savory vintage for the Etichetta Bianca, a wine that impresses with its energy, verve and class. The only thing missing here is a bit of freshness and depth. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, February 2024)
— 6 days ago

Marchesi Antinori

Villa Antinori Toscana Pinot Bianco Blend 2020

you’d never think a sangiovese / merlot / cab sav / syrah mix at this price point would have so much life to it — 2 months ago

R. López de Heredia

Viña Tondonia Reserva Rioja Blanco Malvasia Viura 2008

Really great balance of Tempranillo garnacha Graciano and Mazuelo. Would get this again for sure. Happy New Year! — 2 months ago

Jermann

Vintage Tunina Venezia Giulia White Blend 2020

Jeremy Shanker
9.0

Crisp and tasty, but not sure it is worth the price tag. Citrus peel and wild Italian herbs. — 8 days ago

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Bodegas Muga

Rioja Viura Malvasia 2022

Delicious full bodied but balanced. Lightly oaked. White flowers, mineral, white peach. Long finish. — a month ago

Frank Cornelissen

Susucaru Rosato Malvasia Blend 2021

Good, yet not very ‘special’.
Paired it with Ottolenghi’s Orzo Puttanesca.
— 2 months ago

Jan, Peter and 4 others liked this

Paolo Bea

Santa Chiara Umbria Bianco Malvasia Blend 2016

Poured into a Boa decanter about 30min prior to service. The 2016 “Santa Chiara pours a brilliant, deep and slightly hazy copper gold color with medium+ viscosity. On the nose, the wine is developing with desiccated apricots, dried apples, yellow flowers, and curaçao. On the palate, the wine is dry with medium- tannins. Confirming the notes from the nose. The finish is super long and super amazing. This is such a wonderful bottle of Bea. When his whites hit, well…they really hit. Drink now with a short decant or over the next 3-5 years. Bottle 1641/6133 — 2 months ago

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