Seppeltsfield Nero d’Avola 2020
This can be a love or not so much variety. It all depends on the vintage and the approach. For me, this Sicilian variety does best when lower in alcohol, so this one works perfectly. Bright cherry and light licorice aromas with a trace of raspberry. The palate is then fleshy with a distinct chalky tannin
thread. It’s made into the soft and fleshy joven style and designed for early drinking. This wine for the history buffs was vinified in the historic 1888 Gravity Cellar at Seppeltsfield which has been restored to working order.