Elios Modus Bibendi Nero d'Avola
NERO D 'AVOLA; Many call it the "KING" of Sicilian vines, probably because it is the most widespread red berry grapes in Sicily or perhaps because over the years it has based its hegemony on alcoholic "strength", on the "power" of concentration and on "greatness" of its structure. For these reasons it has long been the emblem of southern wines used for cutting to "fortify" the most frail wines of northern Italy and northern Europe. That rebellious character makes this grape particular and this diversity is often nullified by winemaking models that do not take this nature into account. A beautiful representation of a distinctive grape.