Ero. The name of Tenuta di Fessina’s Nero d’Avola. Imperfect first singular form of the Italian verb essere, meaning I was. Or is it the old High German noun ero which meant earth?
Nevertheless, Tenuta di Fessina’s 2009 Ero Nero d’Avola is just gorgeous. My skepticism when it comes to Nero d’Avola – low [...]
Six months ago.
“Listen, Nero d’Avola, we need to talk…”
“What? Why? What did I do?”
“Look, it’s not you, it’s me. I need to figure some things out….”
There’s one Sicilian indigenous grape I’ve never really understood. Not in the sense it sucks no, it’s probably just not my palate. Sure, I could [...]
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