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Villa Borghetti Valpolicella Ripasso
area Italy, Veneto, ValpolicellaGrape Corvina 60 % , Rondinella 20 % , Corvinone 10 % , Negrara 10 %Bottle 0.75 lAlc perc 13.5 %Winery Pasqua, Villa BorghettiFood grilled meats, spicy cheesesAllergens SulfiteThis Valpolicella that has been in contact with the fermented skins of the Amarone, with some residual sugars in it,...
Brand: Cantine di Ora
Amicone Cantine di Ora
area Italy, Venicegrape variety Corvina , Molinara , RondinellaBottle 0.75 lAlc perc 14.5 %Winery Cantine di OraFood strong cheeses, red meat, game dishesAllergens SulfiteYear 2018
Vallformosa Cava Brut
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Brand: castel wine
Villa Luisa Primivo
area Italy, Puglia Grape Primitivo Bottle 0.75 l Alc perc 13 % Winery Castel Wines Food Pasta with tomato sauce, grilled meat, red meat, Allergens Sulfite Year 2021 Smooth wine, aged for 6 months in oak barrels, with a firm, warming taste, both toasty aromas and shades of plums, black cherries, currants, bay leaves and spices.
Colpasso Nero d Avola
|Grape||Nero de Avola|
|Alc perc||14 %|
|Food||Meat dishes with vegetables, rice, pasta, antipasta|
This famous Grape Nero d'Avola thrives very well in Sicily, it is therefore the number 1 of Sicily, an everyone's friend that everyone likes. The wine has a deep, purple-red color in the glass with an incredibly intense nose of black pepper and spices. The palate offers delicious red fruit with bursts of dark berry fruit. Excellent balance and complexity, with a soft, long finish
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Wine from Sicily
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea with the highest active volcano in the world: Mount Etna! Due to the rich history of the island and the multiple peoples who have lived here, a rich and famous agricultural culture has emerged. With all kinds of indigenous grapes that grow here, delicious wines are produced.
Viticulture in Sicily
As early as the 14th century, Sicily had a flourishing wine-growing culture. Many vineyards were planted by wealthy Sicilians at that time. They sold their products to the Italian mainland and exported many sweet wines to Africa. Since the 1990s, viticulture in Sicily has been greatly modernized. As a result, the quality of Sicilian wines has increased enormously in recent years.
Most famous grape variety: Nero d'Avola. 'The black of Avola'; that's what the Italians call the Nero d'Avola Grape from Sicily. This indigenous Grape is responsible for very fruity wines that taste like plums, cranberries and pomegranate. This Grape was selected by local winemakers hundreds of years ago as the Grape of Avola, a small town in eastern Sicily. During the 20th century, the Nero d'Avola was mainly used in other wine blends to give those wines a deeper color and more aging potential. So you almost never found the name on the label of the wine. Many wines are now also made exclusively from Nero d'Avola and this grape variety no longer only grows near Avola but all over the island.
- Wine Color
- Red wine
- Grape variety Red
- Nero d'Avola
Nero d Avola
- 0.75 l
- Alcohol %
- 14 %