This wine was very interesting! On the first night, I thought it was drinkable at best. It seemed to have just rather basic flavors of pear and green apple candy, with perhaps some aspirin.
On the second night, however, it was really pretty good, showing nicely balanced and integrated yellow fruit with a tinge of green: flowers, apple, pear, melon, grapefruit, creamy vanilla.
On the third night, to my astonishment, it was positively graceful, with the fruit smooth and supple, delicately but well flavored, with nice medium body.
This well balanced wine was not at all what I expected of a Sicilian white. I thought it might be very ripe, maybe even flabby (too little acid). However, I just noticed that one of the grapes, Grecanico, is the same as the Garganega in whites from the Veneto area (for example) in northeast Italy. It does indeed seem a little familiar now. Anyway… Thumbs Up!