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Red wines that are more fruit-forward and lighter in tannin and body.
Medium bodied reds that go down easy, with smooth tannins and supple fruit.
Wines where earthy and/or spicy dominate the flavors – typically medium to full body.
Full bodied wines that have concentrated fruit and are higher in alcohol and/or tannins. Some need age.
Nerobufaleffi offers a gentle and exotic rendition of Nero d'Avola. Bright, multifaceted bouquet, featuring well-delineated aromas of ripe red berry fruit, roasted flowers, cedar, chalk and nutmeg. In the mouth Nerobufaleffi displays a delicious silky texture, loaded with fresh acidity and laced with penetrating flavors of ripe red cherry, roasted flowers and aromatic sandalwood. Tannins are fine-grained and lead to a bright, persistent, savory finish. The wine will likely reach its plateau of maturity between 8 and 15 years of bottle age.
"The 2006 Nero d'Avola Nerobufaleffi is one of the firmer wines in this line up. Here the ripe red fruit sits on a beautifully precise vein of minerality that gives the wine its phenomenal length and balance. Sweet flowers, licorice and anise add lift on the finish. This isn’t the richest Nero d’Avola from Gulfi, rather it is a wine where the structural elements play a key role in the wine’s personality, very much like Barolo or Barbaresco. Accordingly, another year or two in bottle will do the Nerobufaleffi a world of good. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2022.
The Wine Advocate
It is a cliche that Sicilian wines are very similar among each other, especially when talking about wines from Pachino in Val di Noto, which is an area further south than Tunis. The Nerobuffaleffj, Neromaccarj, Nerobaronj, Nerosanlore are crus that take their name from the localities that they originate from and that are only a few kilometres, or even a few hundred metres, away...Read More About Gulfi
Sicily makes a lot o' wine. From Marsala, the sweet, fortified wine of the region, to up-and-coming Nero d'Avola, this hot and hilly region is diverse. Sicily was at one time more quantity focused than quality, and while it's still producing a great deal of wine, the quality coming out is much better. With poor soil (great for grapes), warm sunshine, little...Read More About Sicily
the warm island off the coast of Italy, has found its grape hero. Nero d'Avola
has long been the indigenous grape variety of the area, but was originally relegated
as a blending agent to add color and body to other wines of the region. In the
past few decades, Nero d'Avola has come into...Read More About Nero d'Avola
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