There were healthy winter rains and plenty of spring rains that set the vines up very well. There was a later than usual
start to harvest with long, slow ripening periods resulting in grapes with great depth of flavour. The intermittent summer rains stopped in mid-January, so disease pressure was low. It was very dry from February to April, with only a few millimetres of rain. Days were mild with a lot of cool nights. Overall it was a great vintage with minimal disease pressure and above average crop levels.
100% Nero d’Avola
Total Acidity g/L 6.1
Alcohol % 12.5