Monday, 2 January 2017

Tellurian Wines Nero d'Avola 2015

Planted in 2011, 50% of the fruit comes from the Chalmers vineyard. Tellurian plan to produce 100% of the fruit in years to come.


Perfumed purple flowers, black tea leaves and dried African spices send the aromas into a spin. Soft red fruit is complemented by an acid crunch - all natrual acid too, no additions. Medium bodied, the acid frames the palate like a guard rail.

I'd happily indulge in a couple of glasses. A Nero worth hunting down.

Drink now to five years.

92/100 - Very good


Region: Heathcote
RRP: $27
Source: Sample


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