Nero d‘Avola ‒ Sicily’s masterpiece
Sicilian red wine and Nero d‘Avola are often mentioned in the same breath. This grape variety produces palatable red wines with attractive fruity notes, and this wine type is finding more and more friends among Delinat’s customers.
The most popular Nero d‘Avola in the Delinat range is called Bonarossa. It comes from Massimo Maggio from Vittoria. Bonarossa is a bold yet smooth red wine. It is also impressive as an accompaniment to a meal, especially Italian pasta dishes. Customers and international competition jurors alike repeatedly award it top marks.
Massimo’s model vineyard in Sicily
Massimo Maggio has created an impressive variety of plants in his vineyards. His vines thrive among orange and olive trees, herbs and grains. His efforts with regard to biodiversity and the implementation of the demanding Delinat guidelines have earned him top marks. Massimo Maggio also performs precision work in the cellar. Would you like some tasters? Try the mighty barrique-matured Nero d‘Avola and the fruity, full-bodied Vigna di Pettineo – an impressive contrast!
More information on the subject can be found in the section Rebsortenlexikon Nero d’Avola (Dictionary of grape varieties, Nero d’Avola).Show less