Nero Oro, Nero d’Avola Apassimento, wine review

Wine Review
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 5th March 2018 the Nero Oro, an easy drinking, soft and quaffable red made from the Nero Davola grape in Sicily. A proportion of the grapes were dried before fermentation, and that has resulted in a rich, dark wine with just a trace of sweetness. Bold with a cherry fruited acidity to brighten, its extremely quaffable and the soft finish makes it very crowd-friendly. Watch the video for more information on the wine and the appasimento technique, and for food-matching ideas. The price falls to £8.99 if bought as part of a mixed six from Majestic.

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