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The Palazzo del Mare twosome are children of Sicily, Italy's football in the Med. the vineyard is situated at an altitude of 200-300m, ensuring cooler night time temperatures which preserve crucial acidity in the grapes - in a region known sometimes for it's jammy, baked flavours, the freshness which Palazzo del Mare make their mark with is great, and due partially because the grapes are picked earlier.
Incredibly juicy, this mid-weight Nero d'Avola loves a pizza and is a great Tuesday night wine. Plenty of black fruit and silky acidity, this offers superb value.
Sambuca di Sicilia lies on a hill in the Belice Valley. The origin of the name came from the towns founder, the Arab emir Al Zabuth the Charming, who gave...