Nero D'Avola

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Angel By Giorgio & Gianni Nero D'Avola Organic : Very dark purple with a reddish-violet edge, typical of this grape. Explosive rush of aromas of black fruit and spices.

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Centuno Nero D'Avola 2010 : This concentrated red shows coulislike texture to its racy raspberry and fleshy cherry fruit, with silky tannins addding support to the finish, which lingers with an aftertaste of spicy licorice and bitter almond. Drink now through 2019. Smart Buys. Score - 90 . (Nathan Wesley, winespectator.com, May 31, 2013)

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Cusumano Nero D'Avola : deep ruby colour; dark fruit with coffee and spice aromas; dry, medium body; cherry and plum flavours with balanced acidity; ripe tannins in soft medium length finish

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Duca Di Castelmonte Cent'Are Nero D'Avola : DID YOU KNOW? Nero d'Avola, though not originally from Sicily (Calabria is the likely candidate), is quickly becoming Sicily's signature red grape. FLAVOUR & STYLE: Sun-drenched fruit on the palate, plus leather, baker's chocolate, plum and chestnut. FOOD MATCH: Everyday: pasta with sausage and tomato sauce. Takeout: Sicilian pizza. Fine Dining: grilled rabbit.

Tags: Blend - Other, Nero D'Avola, Red Wine, Wine



Feudo Maccari Nero D'Avola 2011 : Suggestion of smoke, prune, leather, cherry, red fruit and lifted violet on the nose. The plate is ripe and round with superb fruit flavour with touches of spice and smooth tannins combining to create a sensual and deeply satisfying experience. This is an excellent value that will shine with grilled red meat. (VINTAGES panel, Feb. 2013)

Nero d'Avola is one of Sicily's most outstanding grapes, and the international reputation of the wines created here are growing by leaps and bounds. Quality minded producers have been drawn to the grape by the body, colour and aging potential it can bring to a blend, as well as for the powerful and impressive wines it can produce as a single varietal.

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Ippolito 1845 Calabrise Rosso 2011 : Significant depth to the aromas here. Rich notes of blackberry and cherry ride on waves of smoke and tar creating a gorgeous nose. Excellent structure and balance throughout with nice interplay between the the bright red fruit and tannin. Closes with a spicy note on the long finish. (VINTAGES panel, Feb. 2013)

This wine was awarded 2 Glasses (out of 3) in the 2013 Gambero Rosso.

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Mandrarossa Cartagho 2009 : Quite a lovely and complex nose offering excellent suggestions of red fruit, cherry, plum, leather, spice and fresh tilled earth. Tasty and plush with more red fruits and sweet herbs and spices on the palate. Well made, structured and balanced this will make a great pairing for grilled sausages or pizza topped with meats. (VINTAGES panel, Feb. 2013)

This wine, built around the Nero d'Avola grape, received a rating of 3 Glasses (out of 3) in Gambero Rosso 2012.

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Morgante Nero D'Avola 2011 : The impressively articulated aromas of blackberry and black cherry are wonderfully framed by earth and incense tones. This is ripe, fruity and very easy to enjoy. Fantastic depth and character for the price. (VINTAGES panel, July 2013)

The 2013 Gambero Rosso guide awarded this wine 2 Glasses (out of 3), denoting a rating of Very Good to Excellent.

Tags: Nero D'Avola, Red Wine, Wine



Nero D'Avola (La Ferla) 2011: Medium-bodied & Fruity

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