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- 90p by Ken Gargett 5m 26d
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Another fine wine, more dodgy packaging. Nero d’Avola is another Italian variety making a name for itself in Australia, though early days. More floral and with an appealing cherry confectionary note. Ripe and juicy, though it is quite forward. A delicious drink, but, while it will surely hang around for several years, there seems no real reason not to enjoy its fruity freshness.
Best drinking: now for two years.