This is made from Nero D'Avola in Sicily. It spends 14 months in barrels and another year in bottles prior to ageing. It is bigger and deeper in style than most Nero D'Avolas. Deep ruby in color, mostly opaque and bright. The nose is interesting with a rye bread note along with cherries, black cherries and a slight dill. Nice texture. On the palate, cherries and sour cherries. Firm tannins. Some anise on the long finish. It has a nice complexity. This is drinking well now and should go another eight to ten years. It will also work well with food. Rosemary and garlic lamb chops would be a nice match.