Zibibbo is Muscat...but please hear us out on this one! In places like Calabria and Sicily, this grape is vinified dry and is incredibly transparent to both climate and the rugged terroir. There's no residual sugar, no cloying sweetness, no weird aromas of dishwashing liquid. Instead, what's in the bottle is an incredibly floral, high-toned and savory white of exquisite detail. As you might expect, this is the kind of wine to serve with your simplest and best dishes, like a perfectly wood-grilled Branzino. Mentioned in summer, 2020 by Eric Asimov in The New York Times.