Mount Horrocks Nero d’Avola 2014
By James Halliday
Nero d’Avola is Sicily’s most widely planted red variety, currently with much attention, its plantings of 1800ha on the rise after a period of decline. This wine spent 18 months in French oak, its crimson colour heralding a fragrant, spicy red fruits bouquet, the medium-bodied palate providing a zesty reply of the bouquet.
James Halliday – Wine Companion
27th September 2016