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Tasca Regaleali Nero D’Avola

Product Details:

Critic Score
93/100
User Rating
4.7 Stars
Size
750ml
Region
Terre Siciliane, Italy
Critic Scores & User Ratings are based on an aggregated international Global Wine Score (GWS).
Tasca Regaleali Nero D’Avola - Item Code: 07099

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Critical Acclaim

93
Vinous
Good full ruby. Begins rather stern, then opens with aeration to showcase precise aromas of graphite, blueberry, and violet. Medium bodied and quite tangy, with fresh acids giving the flavors similar to the aromas a piercing quality. Finishes with silky tannins and great freshness. A lovely Nero d’Avola of early appeal.
92
James Suckling
I love the sweet, floral and mulberry nose of this succulent Nero d’Avola. The gentle tannins creep up on you at the finish, making it even more delicious. Good length and food compatibility.
92
Decanter
Tasca d’Almerita is an aristocratic and historically important Sicilian producer. Lamùri (Sicilian for l’amore or love) is a pretty, medium-bodied version of Nero d’Avola from a cool, high-altitude site. Intriguing spice and ripe cherry aromas and a mouthwatering, fresh finish. Drinking Window 2019 - 2023
90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Here is another excellent value wine from Sicily. The 2016 Sicilia Nero d’Avola Lamùri Tenuta Regaleali (aged in barrique for 12 months) shows a lot of varietal authenticity with dried cherry aromas followed by black olive, caper and toasted pistachio nut. All those aromas take you straight to Sicily in heart and mind. This vintage takes a little longer to open and swing into action. Bottle production is large with 260,000 units made.

Discover Primitivo Wines

Black fruit, blue berries, figs, and leather-earthiness characterize Primitivo. Expect blackberry and fruit compote on the tongue, with a tannic rusticity on the finish. Primitivo is the ideal Tuesday night wine with pizza and burgers since it isn't too large and is generally quite cheaply priced. It's very adaptable, however, and goes well with roasted lamb, eggplant parmesan, and heavy lentil soups. The trick is to combine Primitivo's robustness with foods that have the weight and depth to stand up to it.

Primitivo is almost genetically similar to Zinfandel, California's most renowned and powerful grape. Primitivo and Zinfandel are both descendants of the indigenous Croatian Cjljnek (aka Tribidrag), which essentially means they're the twins you knew in high school who constantly made you wonder, "Wait, who is who again?"

Primitivo and Zinfandel, on the other hand, may yield quite distinct wines for a number of reasons. Zinfandel is a red wine with enormous black fruit and a spicy zest that is renowned for being a musclehead. Primitivo has a more restricted flavor profile, which is attributable in part to the way it is grown. The term 'Primitivo' refers to how quickly it ripens, and it is not often allowed to hang as long as Zinfandel. It will still have dark inky berry notes, but there will be more fig and other dried fruit notes in there as well. It's also a little lighter in body and has a little more acidity than its California sister.

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