Red Wine, Nero d'Avola

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  1. Poggio Anima 'Asmodeus' Nero D'Avola Sicilia 2020
    "In the Book of Tobias, an ancient Hebrew text, Asmodeus is the Demon of Lust. It is said that when Cain killed Abel, Adam and Eve separated for 130 years. During this time, Adam was tempted by Naamah and Lillith, two ... Learn More
  2. Poggio Anima 'Asmodeus' Nero D'Avola Sicilia 2019
    "In the Book of Tobias, an ancient Hebrew text, Asmodeus is the Demon of Lust. It is said that when Cain killed Abel, Adam and Eve separated for 130 years. During this time, Adam was tempted by Naamah and Lillith, two ... Learn More
  3. Babo Nero D'Avola 2018
    Aromatic cherry and blueberry on the nose, which leads into a full fleshy palate of plums, prunes and blackberries entwined with a soft coating of tannin. Fruit was sourced from an 9 year old vineyard on northern aspect from the province ... Learn More
  4. Gibson Discovery Road Nero D'Avola 2019
    The Barossa Valley is Australia’s best-known wine region and this is one of the reasons why. The nose is distinctly briary and fruity, strongly reminiscent of cranberries. On the palate, this wine is bright with good acidity, rounded, warm ... Learn More
  5. SC Pannell ‘Nero Diavola’ 2020
    Officially known as Calabrese in Italy with Nero d’Avola a modern evolution of Sicily’s most famous vinous export. Aromas of black cherry, dried-herbs, incense and terra-cotta tile lead on to a palate of dark chocolate, plum, beetroot and ... Learn More
  6. Chalmers Nero D’Avola 2019
    Aromas of raspberry jam, cherry and ironstone are inviting, and the palate is lightish medium-bodied, fruity, succulent, well balanced. - Ralph Kyte-Powell The grape was first imported to Australia by the Chalmers family in 2001 and that one little vine has ... Learn More
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    Ralph Kyte-Powell
  7. Mitolo Nero D'avola 2019
    Highly Collected wine from one of the leading producers of McLaren Vale. The fruit for the newest release, Scylla Nero d'Avola is sourced from 4 year old vines, grafted on 25 year old rootstocks, planted by the Lopresti family in McLaren Vale. ... Learn More
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    Campbell Mattinson
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    Angus Hughson
  8. Cos Cerasuolo Di Vittoria 2016
    A blend of Nero d'Avola and Frappato from Sicily's south-east corner. A complex array of fruity and floral notes with aromas of black currant, blackberry, dried rose, rhubarb, Mediterranean, black pepper and tobacco. The nose follows into the mouth, with ... Learn More
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    Jancis Robinson MW
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