Awards

Awards

MUNDUS VINI SUMMER TASTING
2020 Golden Medal
VINI BUONI D'ITALIA 2022
2020 3 stars
BERLINER WEIN TROPHY
2019 Golden Medal
LUCA MARONI
2018 95 Points

Resilience
Nero D'Avola

This Nero d’Avola pure is the most faithful varietal expression of the black-grape vine prince of Sicily. A wine that embraces the value of resilience, fully conveying the cult of sacrifice and dedication to vine cultivation, transmitted over the centuries by Belìce farmers. Embracing, silky, Resilience Nero d’Avola releases a bouquet of vanilla and red berry scents mixed with zesty notes of coffee and cocoa. Its distinct persistence and elegance convey the concept of a powerful and long-lasting red wine.

Sensorial analysis​​

Denomination: DOC SICILIA
Colour: lively ruby red with brick red shades, limpid and transparent
Bouquet: fresh and vivid on the nose, with red berry aromas, wild strawberries and raspberries, alongside notes of orange peels and oriental spices; a subtle hint of vanilla is perceived
Taste: a mouth-filling, warm wine, with pleasing tannic notes. the sapidity highlights spicy hints of pepper. the finish is long and persistent on notes of raspberry
Food matching: ideally served with first and main courses of sicilian tradition. it also pairs with grilled meat and aged cheese
Recommended glass: bordeaux red glass
Serving temperature: 16-18 °C

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Selection

Selection

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