2016 Gulfi "Nerojbleo" Nero d’Avola Sicilia

SKU #1424282 91 points Vinous

 Dark ruby-red. Musky notes of ripe dark cherry, earth tones and cedar. Then brighter and more linear, with fresh flavors of black/red fruit complicated by herbs and earthy spices. Finishes juicy and long. (ID)  (8/2019)

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Price: $17.99

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By: John Downing | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/9/2019 | Send Email
In my opinion, this is one of the finest examples of Nero d'Avola at the sub twenty dollar price point. Gulfi manages to avoid the overt backed fruit and candied aromas common with this varietal and crafts a darker, richer red with sweet, spicy berry fruit and excellent acidity. This versatile red is especially good with grilled meats, bbq dishes and cheeses.

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