Mount Horrocks Nero d’Avola 2013
By Mike Bennie
Big ripe hit of dark and red berry fruit characters, touch of mocha. Cherry pie. Sweet smelling, pretty and fresh. Juicy in the palate, vibrant, crisp fringed and dances along to a sour-sweet tang of acidity. It’s joyous, delicious, refreshing, almost, and bright as can be. Perfect Australian-feeling wine, despite Italian accent. Yum.
28th August 2015