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 from each other.
The Gulfi winery selected these localities, which are among the oldest and best know in Pachino for the cultivation of Nero d’Avola. Their intrinsic peculiarities and different organoleptic nuances – notwithstanding that they are all Nero d’Avola – struck us from the very beginning and made us decide to respect the integrity of the vines for "cru", which is the true expression of the vineyard in its entirety.
Etna makes Sicily different and makes the difference between the two Sicilies: Western and Eastern. It’s Etna that makes Sicily different and that makes the difference between Western and Eastern Sicily. In front of the tallest active volcano in Europe one can not remain indifferent. The Mountain is, for us from Eastern Sicily, a reference. Our Reseca is the offspring of an old alberlli vineyard in the area of Randazzo, on the northern side of Etna, which encloses the peculiarity and uniqueness of this territory and its mainland climate. It takes strength from the primordial volcanic earth and the indigenous vine "Nerello Mascalese" that is cultivated in "alberello" style: an ancient example of winemaking culture.
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Ruby red, with intense, deep violet reflections. Aromas are ethereal, intense, characteristic of red fruit and vanilla. It is elegant, harmonious, lingering finish.
The nose projects a dense yet well-focused mass of aromas, dominated by a luscious scent of black fruits, blended with nuances of eucalyptus and sandalwood. The mouthfeel reveals a quite powerful structure, packed with lively acidity and salty minerality. A medium-range Nero d'Avola aged in French... more
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... more
Savage, meaty bouquet, projecting affirmative perfumes of ripe black cherry, garrigue and eucalyptus. The sip is layered, yet fresh and with a certain briny quality to it. Firm, powerful tannins. Long finale, building up with lingering flavors of blackberry fruit and juniper. Maccari always... more
Compact and dense nose with cherries in alcohol. Salty with hints of black olive and brine. Touches reminiscent of slate and stone. Final blow in the nose with nuances of sweet and bitter taste, and touch of thyme Cedrino. Enveloping the palate with elegance and power end tannins and final round of... more