Sydney Morning Herald

Mount Horrocks Nero d’Avola 2017

By Ralph Kyte-Powell

92 Points

An exotic red, out of the Clare mainstream in style, this take on the Sicilian nero d’avola has an “Italian deli” nose of spices, cherries, siena cake and aniseed. Medium-bodied and supple mid-palate, it tastes ripe with mouth-watering acidity and fine tannins carrying a sustained, tasty finish.

Ageing: Drink over five years.

The Sydney Morning Herald

23rd April 2019