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Review of Feudo Principi Di Butera Nero d'Avola

Happy Hour: 2007 Feudo Principi Di Butera Nero d'Avola

When selecting wine from a menu, sometimes I like to choose a varietal I've never heard of. Take Nero d'Avola for example. Up until recently, I didn't know this red grape (that's been grown in Sicily for hundreds of years) even existed. The bottle I tasted was 2007 Feudo Principi di Butera.

This lush and impressive red has a cherry aroma with a hint of spice and a smooth, velvety mouthfeel. The liquid is a deep garnet. It's unusual and exotic, but highly drinkable. With its appealing complexity and rich fruity flavor, the Fuedo tastes like an expensive bottle of wine.

Surprisingly, it's only $14, making it the ideal wine for a dinner party or hostess gift. Have you ever sipped Nero d'Avola?

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