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Vigneti Zabù Nero D’Avola Terre Siciliane IGT

Ruby red, intense, with purplish highlights, transparent. Intense aroma, with red fruit, balsamic and floral hints. Warm, long-lasting, with aftertaste of wood flower. It matches with first courses, barbecued and roast meat, game birds and seasoned cheese. A wine made for young drinkers, with enough experience and who are searching for wines of good quality and good price.

 Producer Farnese Group
 Region Sambuca di Sicilia
 Country Italy
 Varietals Nero d'Avola
 Alcohol 13% alc/vol

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About the Producer

Farnese Group

Farnese Group

Ortona, Chieti, Italy Ortona, Chieti, Italy

Farnese Vini is a young winery that in a few years, thanks to a policy devoted to the highest quality research and marketing, has become the leading exporting companies in Southern Italy with a production of nearly 13 million bottles.  The brand Farnese, known in the most important world markets,...

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