We are pleased to reissue Miranda Franco’s entire review of our Atomos White wine, published on the Wine Review Online site from California (USA)
Atomos wine originates from Abruzzo. Abruzzo is one of the oldest wine-growing regions globally and is known predominately for two varieties, the red Montepulciano and the white Trebbiano. Accordingly, Atomos does not stray away from what the region yields best and makes two single-varietal wines from these regionally dominant varieties. However, what really sets Atomos apart in the vast landscape of Italian wine is their manual grape destemming technique. Each berry is destemmed using three fingers and without any mechanical means. The bottling also doesn’t disappoint, providing 1 liter of wine instead of the traditional 750 milliliters. Their 100 percent Trebbiano displays beautiful light gold hues with dense aromas of lemon peel and melon rind in the glass. Every sip brings depth and intoxicating opulence with flavors of melon and citrus lifted by bright acidity that carries the fruit flavors to a gentle, stony finish.