Fox Gordon The Cicilian Adelaide Hills Nero d’Avola
Tash Mooney keeps this vigorous Sicilian variety under strict control on the boniest, windiest hilltop she could find in Kersbook at the Barossa end of the Adelaide Hills. The result is a beautifully exotic, spicy and vibrant expression of tangy berry compote, violet perfume and black pastilles. Lively acidity is the signature of nero d’avola and it’s contrasted neatly with fine, grippy tannins. Just 300 dozen were made of this first release. More please. Best price direct.
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