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Inycon Nero d'Avola/Shiraz
Inycon Nero d'Avola/Shiraz
Inycon Nero d'Avola/Shiraz
Inycon Nero d'Avola/Shiraz

Inycon Nero d'Avola/Shiraz

Rich, dark & beautifully balanced

The rich, dark bramble fruits of the Nero d’Avola are beautifully balanced against the aromatic and vibrant Frappato, which is one of the very few grape varieties actually to smell and taste of grapes.

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Wine at a glance

Colour glass of Red
Medium to Full Bodied
  • Bin no: 684154
  • Size: 75cl
  • Alc Vol: 13.00 %vol
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Closure: Screw cap
  • Grape: Shiraz
  • Region: Sicily , Italy
  • Special Features: -

This product contains sulphites

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Tasting Notes

This excellent-value wine from indigenous Sicilian grapes is wonderful with pasta al forno.

For centuries, Inycon's beautiful vineyards have been growing along the rugged coast of south-west Sicily. Over the years, the skills needed to make great wines have been passed down through the generations and remain at the heart of the community today.

Expert Review

This vivid and stylish Sicilian red delivers peppery red fruits along with some sweet cherry notes. There is a lovely freshness and drinkability on offer here
Jamie Goode ·Sunday Express (S Magazine), 17th March 2013
Taking together two of Sicily's most interesting native grape varieties, Nero d'Avola and Frappato, this deep-hued rosso with its savoury aromas and vibrant, primary, dark cherry fruit makes for a really approachable pasta basher or chicken-friendly red.
The Wine Gang ·January 2013