Frank Cornelissen and some old vines on Etna, in late March

Susucaru Alert!

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It only comes but once a year, and now it's here. For a number of vintages the Susucaru has been wonderful, and the stability problems that some early tasters experienced are a thing of the past now that Cornelissen is using a very little bit of sulfur at bottling. Last year was a gorgeous wine - we can't wait to try this one!

 

Flow chart in the winery, which is very clean - and as you can see, very organized.                         

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