Wine Advocate (94)- "This is a beautiful wine that is very representative of what a red wine from Etna should look and taste like. This classic rendition, the 2016 Etna Rosso Feudo di Mezzo, shows medium-thick fiber and impressive depth. This is a direct and incisive wine that hits the palate with lovely intensity and sharply defined angles. Compared to Cottanera's Etna Rosso Diciassettesalme, this wine is taller, broader and speaks in a louder voice. I tasted the open bottle again the next morning, and the wine was even softer, more fleshed out and delicious. About 8,000 bottles were produced."
Wine Advocate (93)- "This wine represents a pure expression of Nerello Mascalese from one of the most celebrated crus on the volcano. The 2015 Etna Rosso Feudo di Mezzo delivers deep footsteps and a heavier gait compared to past vintages. The wine is saturated and thick, on the Etna standard (that tends to produce powerful mid-weight wines). There is a lot of fruit intensity here with a plump, slightly sweet disposition. Some 8,000 bottles were made."
James Suckling (92)- "Boysenberries, forest floor, red apples and pink grapefruit. Medium to full body, serious, polished tannins and a chewy finish. Structured finesse in a bottle. Drink now."