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Fuedo Maccari, Nero d’Avola, Noto, Sicily, 2011

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Fuedo Maccari, Nero d’Avola, Noto, Sicily, 2011


Nero d’Avola, Sicily, 2011 is one of Sicily’s most important red grape varietals. Fuedo Maccari, Nero d’Avola, Noto, Sicily, 2011 is a great example of this wine when it is grown and vinified properly. Feudo Maccari is owned by Antonio Moretti, owner of Tenuta Sette Ponti and Poggio al Lupo in Tuscany according to the Kobrand website, importers of Feudo Maccari. The wine is dark garnet red and has aromas of dark berries, plum with cedar and earth. The palate is fruit forward filled with raspberry, blueberry, tart apples and plums. Earth and leather with nice acidity adding balance to this wine.
The wine makers chose to cut down on grape yields, focusing on quality over quantity. No oak aging is used to let the Nero d’Avola shine through instead of masking any flavors of the wine. Drink this wine with meat off the grill and even heartier stews. Add Fuedo Maccari, Nero d’Avola to you shopping cart next time you shop for wine.



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