Donnafugata 2005 Mille una Notte Sicily

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    Since 1983, Giacomo Rallo and his wife, Gabriella, have been the owners of this major Sicilian estate, which was first planted to vines over 150 years ago. This offering—a typically beautiful Nero d’Avola—gives off a heady aroma of superripe blackberry and dried herbs, while on the palate powerful flavors of jam, graphite, and tar intermingle.

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