Messer del Fauno Nero d’Avola Terre Siciliane

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Nero d’Avola is the most important red wine grape in Sicily and is one of Italy’s most important indigenous varieties. It is named after Avola in the far south of Sicily and its wines are compared to New World Shiraz, with sweet tannins and plum or peppery flavours.

Messer Del Fauno Nero D’Avola is a delicously tempting dark, rich and intesne ruby red colour which follows through to aromas of ripe blackberry, blueberry and notes of liquorice. It is medium bodied with a rich and balanced palate. In the mouth it’s soft and smooth, with flavours of blackberry, blueberry, liquorice, hints of black coffee, with healthy and good balanced acidity.

Nero D’Avola expresses a rustic elegance and structure that is not often enough associated with wines from this region.

ABV 13.5%

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  • Colour: Dark, dense ruby colour.
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  • Bouquet: Beautiful aromas of licorice, blackberries and blueberries.
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  • Taste: Medium-bodied, supple texture, delicious wine with considerable character. The finish is long and persistent.

Nero d'Avola (Italian pronunciation: [ˈnero ˈdavola]; "Black of Avola" in Italian) is "the most important red wine grape in Sicily and is one of Italy's most important indigenous varieties. It is named after Avola in the far south of Sicily and its wines are compared to New World Shirazes, with sweet tannins and plum or peppery flavours. It also contributes to Marsala blends.“The Black Grape of Avola" appears to have been selected by growers near Avola (a small town in south east Sicily) several hundred years ago. Initially, it was confined to the southern tip of the island but more recently has spread throughout the island. The vine likes hot and arid climates. The districts around Noto (above all Buonivini) and Pachino in the south of the province of Siracusa are reputed for the quality of their Nero d'Avola wines. The first American producer of Nero d'Avola is Chiarito Vineyards in Ukiah, California (Mendocino County). Nero d'Avola is also cultivated in Australia and Turkey.

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Nero d’Avola is the most important red wine grape in Sicily and is one of Italy’s most important indigenous varieties. It is named after Avola in the far south of Sicily and its wines are compared to New World Shiraz, with sweet tannins and plum or peppery flavours.

Messer Del Fauno Nero D’Avola is a delicously tempting dark, rich and intesne ruby red colour which follows through to aromas of ripe blackberry, blueberry and notes of liquorice. It is medium bodied with a rich and balanced palate. In the mouth it’s soft and smooth, with flavours of blackberry, blueberry, liquorice, hints of black coffee, with healthy and good balanced acidity.

Nero D’Avola expresses a rustic elegance and structure that is not often enough associated with wines from this region.

ABV 13.5%

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  • Colour: Dark, dense ruby colour.
  • \t
  • Bouquet: Beautiful aromas of licorice, blackberries and blueberries.
  • \t
  • Taste: Medium-bodied, supple texture, delicious wine with considerable character. The finish is long and persistent.

Nero d'Avola (Italian pronunciation: [ˈnero ˈdavola]; "Black of Avola" in Italian) is "the most important red wine grape in Sicily and is one of Italy's most important indigenous varieties. It is named after Avola in the far south of Sicily and its wines are compared to New World Shirazes, with sweet tannins and plum or peppery flavours. It also contributes to Marsala blends.“The Black Grape of Avola" appears to have been selected by growers near Avola (a small town in south east Sicily) several hundred years ago. Initially, it was confined to the southern tip of the island but more recently has spread throughout the island. The vine likes hot and arid climates. The districts around Noto (above all Buonivini) and Pachino in the south of the province of Siracusa are reputed for the quality of their Nero d'Avola wines. The first American producer of Nero d'Avola is Chiarito Vineyards in Ukiah, California (Mendocino County). Nero d'Avola is also cultivated in Australia and Turkey.

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❀ All of our hatboxes are hand crafted with care by our team of experienced florists to create a complete gift. As they are presented in floral foam in an elegant hatbox, there is no need for the recipient to transfer the flowers into a vase. In addition to this, they will not be required to changed the water regularly, creating the perfect stress-free floral arrangement! Always keep your arrangement away from direct sunlight, heat and draughts.

❀ All of our flowers are purchased directly from Holland 3 times a week so you can guarantee you'll get a stunning, fresh bouquet every time.

❀ As an Irish business, it's important to us to buy Irish where possible, that's why we source our foliage from local Irish farms in Wicklow and Kerry.

❀ On occasion, flower substitutions may be made by our experienced florists in order to make the freshest, most seasonal bouquet possible. Any substitutions made will be of equal value, quality and style.