2014 Nero D'Avola, Tracy Hills
Barrel Futures by the Case: When released $360
Fruit: Nero D’Avola is known for its superbly bold fruit-driven flavors that range from black cherry to prune.
Body: Nero d’Avola is one of the full-bodied wines of the world in the same boldness as Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinotage, and Syrah.
Tannin: The tannin in Nero d’Avola is high, but not as high as wines like Barolo or Petite Sirah.
Acidity: Acidity in wine ranges from the tartness of a lemon to the creaminess of greek yogurt. With Nero d’Avola you can expect moderately high acidity, but not so tart that the wine tastes overly spicy.