91 points James Suckling
"A pretty yet serious white with jackfruit, papaya, jasmine and buttercups. Full-bodied and round, but shows some good form thanks to subtle acidity. Drink now."
91 points Wine Spectator
"...and the intense, vibrant and salty Terenzuola Vermentino Colli di Luni-Tuscany Fosso di Corsano 2018."
90 points Vinous Media
"The 2018 Vermentino Fosso di Corsano offers an attractive range of citrus, orchard fruit and floral notes. Silky, perfumed and expressive, the 2018 has so much to give. I very much like the sense of energy here."
"Deep straw yellow. Concentrated grapefruit nose with an undertow of saline minerality and a hint of chalk. Rich pear and mandarin fruit with a subtle vein of acidity, and I can see this working fantastically well with fritto misto. Long, concentrated and focused until the very end. This wine should be decanted at least an hour before serving, with the carafe kept in the fridge. 17+/20 points. (WS)"
Vinous Reverie Notes
At once both Tuscan and Ligurian, the wines of Terenzuola reflect the duality of their terroir. The vineyards face the Mediterranean, which provides warm sun and cool breezes, but also find themselves in the Apuan Alps (a subzone of the Apennine mountain chain), which provide freshness and complexity. The resulting wines dance on the palate with an incredible balance of fruit, minerality, acidity and complexity. And the history of the family that owns the estate is no less captivating than the wines themselves. The Colli di Luni straddles Liguria and Tuscany on the picturesque Italian Riviera. Altitudes range from 50 to 450 meters above sea level. At the base of the hill, Tuscan loam and clay dominates. Towards the top, the sand of Liguria mixes with high pH, iron-rich soils (the vineyard is planted on top of an old mine!)