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[TWO-PACK COMBO: Buy One (1) Bottle Get 2nd Bottle for $0.01 Cent] Resonata Nero d'Avola Sicilia I.G.T. 2010 (Sicily, Italy)
[TWO-PACK COMBO: Buy One (1) Bottle Get 2nd Bottle for $0.01 Cent] Resonata Nero d'Avola Sicilia I.G.T. 2010 (Sicily, Italy)
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Dense ruby red with violet reflections. Lush and ripe bouquet full of mulberries, blackberries and spice. Harmonious and well balanced with good berry fruit in a spicy background.

Food paring: Excellent with lamb, grilled and barbecued meats, dishes with olives or capers and seasoned cheeses.

[TWO-PACK COMBO: Buy One (1) Bottle Get 2nd Bottle for $0.01 Cent] Resonata Nero d'Avola Sicilia I.G.T. 2009 (Sicily, Italy)
[TWO-PACK COMBO: Buy One (1) Bottle Get 2nd Bottle for $0.01 Cent] Resonata Nero d'Avola Sicilia I.G.T. 2009 (Sicily, Italy)
Retail Price: $32.00
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Dense ruby red with violet reflections. Lush and ripe bouquet full of mulberries, blackberries and spice. Harmonious and well balanced with good berry fruit in a spicy background.

Food paring: Excellent with lamb, grilled and barbecued meats, dishes with olives or capers and seasoned cheeses.

Feudo Maccari Rose 2016 (Sicily, Italy)
Feudo Maccari Rose 2016 (Sicily, Italy)
Retail Price: $18.00
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CASE PRICE = $14.99 per bottle (add 12+ quantity to your basket)

Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Light copper in color, this balanced rosé is easy-drinking and creamy, offering hints of crushed peach, singed orange zest and spice. Drink now. 5,000 cases made." – AN (Web Only - 2017)

Centopassi Giato Rosso Red 2017 (Sicily, Italy)
Centopassi Giato Rosso Red 2017 (Sicily, Italy)
Retail Price: $17.00
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Tasting Notes:
Fairly deep red with violet rim; smells and tastes like sour plums with a faint hint of rose-petal; very drinkable but also very fresh and properly dry (which a lot of commercial Nero d’Avola is not). Delicious red wine with pizza and all kind of substantial pasta dishes.
Cottanera 2012 Barbazzale Rosso (Sicily, Italy) - [JS 90]
Cottanera 2012 Barbazzale Rosso (Sicily, Italy) - [JS 90]
Retail Price: $18.00
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90 Points - James Suckling:
"A bright and fruity red with plum and dried strawberry character and hints of minerals. Medium-to-full body, with silky tannins and fresh acidity.” (6/7/2013)

Feudo Maccari Saia IGT 2013 (Sicily, Italy)
Feudo Maccari Saia IGT 2013 (Sicily, Italy) - [JS 94] [RP 91] [WE 90] [WS 90]
Retail Price: $38.00
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94 Points - James Suckling:
"A Sicilian red with tension and structure. Blackberry, walnut and violet aromas and flavors with hints of sandalwood. Full body, firm tannins and a long, flavorful finish. Impressive now but better in a year or two. Serious. Big improvement in quality." - (November 17, 2015)
Centopassi Pietre a Purtedda da Ginestra Red 2016 (Sicily, Italy)
Centopassi Pietre a Purtedda da Ginestra Red 2016 (Sicily, Italy)
Retail Price: $35.00
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About the Wine:
A blend of 70% Nerello Mascalese and 30% Nocera, both varieties typical of north-eastern Sicily, grown at 950 meters (3,100 feet) in the Portella della Ginestra vineyard, on the Belice Corleonese plateau. (The winery describes the vineyard as ‘a pile of stones at 1,000 meters in altitude.’) Planted in 2011. Exact position: 37° 58' 19.96" N 13° 14' 17.96" E.

The soil type is known as ‘regosuolo’, a reddish-brown, calcareous soil that is stony and full of rocky outcroppings. Alkaline pH. The grapes are harvested in late September or early October, de-stemmed and crushed, and fermented on their own yeasts. The wine is pressed off after about 12 days on the skins, then aged for 18 months in Taransaud puncheons, both new and used. The wine is bottled without filtration, and is quite dry. About 175 cases are produced each year.

The blend here is the same as for Faro, a tiny appellation near Messina in north-eastern Sicily, but transplanted to the western end of the island. Very high altitude, very distinctive rocky soil, late harvest for the region and this distinctive blend of varieties make for a deep, complex red wine, the flagship of the estate.
[TWO-PACK COMBO] Caveau du Mont July "Le Petillant du Cavet" N.V. & Planeta Cerasuolo di Vittoria D.O.C.G. 2011
[TWO-PACK COMBO] Caveau du Mont July "Le Petillant du Cavet" N.V. & Planeta Cerasuolo di Vittoria D.O.C.G. 2011
Retail Price: $56.00
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This Two-Pack COMBO contains ONE BOTTLE (1) of each of the following wines:

  • Caveau du Mont July "Le Petillant du Cavet" N.V.
  • Planeta Cerasuolo di Vittoria D.O.C.G. 2011

Two (2) total bottles, retail value of this package is $56.00!
Le Casematte "Faro" DOC 2015 (Sicily, Italy) - [AG 92+] [RP 91]
Le Casematte "Faro" DOC 2015 (Sicily, Italy) - [AG 92+] [RP 91]
Retail Price: $65.00
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Wine Enthusiast Magazine:
"A blend of Grillo and Carricante, this delicately scented wine offers aromas of white spring wild flower, pear and a whiff of Mediterranean brush. On the tangy palate, fresh acidity and a hint of saline accompany lemon zest and a suggestion of green apple." - Kerin O’Keefe (9/1/2018)

Tasca d'Almerita Regaleali "Rosso Del Conte" Contea di Sclafani DOC 2007 (Palermo, Sicily, Italy) - [RP 93+] [JS 92] [WE 91]
Tasca d'Almerita Regaleali "Rosso Del Conte" Contea di Sclafani DOC 2007 (Palermo, Sicily, Italy) - [RP 93+] [JS 92] [WE 91]
Retail Price: $75.00
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93+ Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"The 2007 Rosso del Conte is the estate's flagship. After a period of experimentation, Rosso del Conte is now back to being predominantly Nero d'Avola, with a 5% dollop of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. It shows marvelous richness and intensity in a slightly cool, reserved style relative to some of the more exuberant vintages. Mint, roasted espresso beans and mocha add complexity to the beautifully delineated, polished fruit. The 2008 is a gorgeous Rosso del Conte, but it needs time. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2028." - Antonio Galloni (Jun 2011)