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  15. Umbria
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  17. Veneto
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  19. Alto Adige
  20. Trentino
Volume
  1. 0,75 L
  2. 1,5 L
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Nero D Avola WINES

Nero d’avola wine is made from the Nero d’avola grapes. The Nero d’avola grape grows in an arid climate, particularly in Sicily. The grapes do well in the sandy soil found in the Sicily region. The elegance of the wine is credited to the ability to survive under the unique conditions.  (continue)

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Nero d Avola WINE

Nero d’avola wine is made from the Nero d’avola grapes. The Nero d’avola grape grows in an arid climate, particularly in Sicily. The grapes do well in the sandy soil found in the Sicily region. The elegance of the wine is credited to the ability to survive under the unique conditions.

Winemaking and aging

For the wine making purposes, the Nero d’avola grapes are harvested by hand at the beginning of October. Only the ripe grapes are picked from the vineyards in an effort of ensuring that the wine quality is impeccable. The grapes then undergo manual cleaning and are separated from their stems. From there, they are crushed softly. Selected yeasts are from there added to the grapes. Fermentation is the next stage, where the mixture undergoes fermentation at controlled temperatures not exceeding 26-28 degrees. This fermentation process is done in stainless steel tanks, and it takes 12 days. In the early parts of the fermentation, the grapes go through frequent remontage where enzymes are added. The aim of this step is to make sure that the best extraction of color and tannins takes place. After the fermentation process, the wine is racked, and malolactic fermentation takes place from there. The best balance is obtained by maintaining the perfect level of acidity through malolactic fermentation. The wine is then put in barriques and allowed to age for another 12 months. After that, the fermented wine is bottled and aged for another four months, resulting in matured Nero d’avola wine.

Wine properties

The Nero d’avola is dark ruby red in color. The aroma the wine presents is that of plum, cherries, and spice. On the palate, the wine is dry with ripe tannins. The wine is acidic and has an alcohol level of about 14%.

Servings

The wine is an excellent combination with red meat and poultry due to its full taste. The wine is the best served with spaghetti and meatballs. It can also be taken alone.

 
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