Named after the ancient Greek practice of mixing seawater with wine for medicinal purposes, Thallasitis is a full-bodied white with aromas of flowers, tropical fruit and honeysuckle. On the palate, it's structured with a distinctive mineral base. Very unique and terroir driven in nature.
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