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Stemmari Nero d'Avola 2011

Bottle Size: 1.50l Item #: 1791172
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Stemmari Nero d'Avola 2011 1.50l

Stemmari Nero d'Avola

Deep ruby-red with pleasant reflections of violet. Intense and covered, notes of currant stick out, wild strawberries, and pomegranate. Soft and velvety. Distinct characteristics of fruitiness come forth.

Color: Deep ruby-red with pleasant reflections ofviolet.Bouquet: Intense and covered, notes of currant stickout, wild strawberries, and pomegranate.Flavor: Soft and velvety. Distinct characteristics of fruitiness come forth.

100% Nero d’Avola. It is an average to early varietal maturing around the first week of September.This wine is obtained from grapes that have reached perfect aromatic and polyphenolic maturation. Destemming and alcoholic fermentation with the skins occurs for 6-8 days at 71-75 degrees. Malolactic Fermentation occurs with selected bacteria, then finally maturation occurs for 6 months in French barriques.

Pairs well with Risotto, first courses of baked pasta, redmeats, lamb and savory cheeses. For its pleasant structureand intense aromaticity, the Nero d’Avola pairs ideally withtypical Sicilian dishes, Spaghetti alla Norma, with eggplant,and smoked ricotta cheese.

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Feudo Arancio Stemmari Nero d'Avola 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.50l
Deep ruby-red with pleasant reflections of violet. Intense and covered, notes of currant stick out, wild strawberries, and pomegranate. Soft and velvety. Distinct characteristics of fruitiness come forth.
 

Notes on the Stemmari Nero d'Avola 1.50L 2011

Tasting Notes Color: Deep ruby-red with pleasant reflections ofviolet.Bouquet: Intense and covered, notes of currant stickout, wild strawberries, and pomegranate.Flavor: Soft and velvety. Distinct characteristics of fruitiness come forth.

Wine Maker Notes 100% Nero d’Avola. It is an average to early varietal maturing around the first week of September.This wine is obtained from grapes that have reached perfect aromatic and polyphenolic maturation. Destemming and alcoholic fermentation with the skins occurs for 6-8 days at 71-75 degrees. Malolactic Fermentation occurs with selected bacteria, then finally maturation occurs for 6 months in French barriques.

Food Pairing Pairs well with Risotto, first courses of baked pasta, redmeats, lamb and savory cheeses. For its pleasant structureand intense aromaticity, the Nero d’Avola pairs ideally withtypical Sicilian dishes, Spaghetti alla Norma, with eggplant,and smoked ricotta cheese.