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2017 Azienda Agricola Cos, Nero d'Avola Contrada Labirinto, Sicily

Regular price $52
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2017 Azienda Agricola Cos, Nero d'Avola Contrada Labirinto, Sicily

Regular price $52
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Black currants are offset by a twang of sour citrus, sage, dusty rose and hints of animal musk as the 2017 Nero d'Avola Contrada opens up in the glass. This is deeply textural with a pleasant inner sweetness, as masses of tart red and black fruits saturate deeply, tinged with saline-mineral notes and grippy tannins that mount toward the close. It’s youthfully structured yet leaves the mouth watering, as residual acids and hints of spiced orange linger incredibly long. The 2017 closes in upon itself with time in the glass, and it will require a few more years of cellaring to show its best; but it will be worth the wait. The Contrada is a selection from some of the oldest parcels of Nero d’Avola in the Bastonaca area of Vittoria. It’s refined for 24 months in large Slavonian oak botti.

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Vinous

Vinous

94

Black currants are offset by a twang of sour citrus, sage, dusty rose and hints of animal musk as the 2017 Nero d'Avola Contrada opens up in the glass. This is deeply textural with a pleasant inner sweetness, as masses of tart red and black fruits saturate deeply, tinged with saline-mineral notes and grippy tannins that mount toward the close. It’s youthfully structured yet leaves the mouth watering, as residual acids and hints of spiced orange linger incredibly long. The 2017 closes in upon itself with time in the glass, and it will require a few more years of cellaring to show its best; but it will be worth the wait. The Contrada is a selection from some of the oldest parcels of Nero d’Avola in the Bastonaca area of Vittoria. It’s refined for 24 months in large Slavonian oak botti.