Wine Advocate (93)- "The 2021 Etna Rosso Diciassettesalme shows dusty minerals and dried fruit aromas. This wine generally has more muscle and dark fruit compared to the Zottorinoto, which tends to be floral and more delicate in character. Diciassettesalme is fresh and linear, delivering all the basics of Nerello Mascalese from this mighty Sicilian volcano. The vineyard is located just under the Cottanera winery at 780 meters in elevation and planted on light or gray lava rock. The soils are unique to this site. The wine spends 28 to 30 days on the skins followed by 10 months in oak."
James Suckling (92)- "A savory and vibrant red with notes of tapenade, sun-dried tomatoes, raspberries and cherry stones. Tight and firm, with a medium body and tight tannins. Excellent focus. Nerello mascalese. Drink or hold."
James Suckling (92)- "Slightly reductive on the nose, but after a bit of air you are greeted with notes of crushed herbs, spiced plums and dried roses. Medium-bodied with underlying mineral character. Juicy and flavorful on the palate. Best after 2024."