50 hectares of vines sit in the Alcamo DOC zone of Western Sicily. This estate was founded in 1860 and taken over by the current family owners in 1996. The Vesco family modernised the estate and converted to certified organics in the vineyard.
Fleshy, earthy, leather and plums. This is Nero d’Avola! A simple and easy drinking style that works well with red meat and game or with a light chill on a hot day. Great value and bags of flavour.
Sicily – In a constant tussle with Puglia to win the title of largest volume produced each year, the wines of Sicily are as varied as its history. Delicate whites, full bodied reds and of course Marsala show the variation in climate and abilities of the various regions within the Island.
Nero d’Avola – Sicily’s boldest red grape. It is capable of getting very ripe, is very charming but can lack acidity. It is often blended with other varieties to balance out its exuberance.