Nero d'Avola Wine

Although it is Sicily’s most planted red grape, Nero d’Avola has only recently stepped out in to the limelight as a single varietal style. It’s a versatile little number, with an ability to producing everything from deep rosés, smooth, easy-drinking reds to more serious, oak-aged styles. You’ll find it blended with its partner in crime, Nerello Mascalese. What to eat with it depends somewhat on how it has been made, but grilled red meats should do the job quite nicely.

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