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Villa Pozzi 2012 Nero D'Avola
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  Villa Pozzi 2012 Nero D'Avola
Item Number:26 30 144 12
Our Price:$10.95
Discounted Case Price:$118.20 - 10% off!
($9.85 per bottle)
Availability: IN STOCK 

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Villa Pozzi 2012 Nero D'Avola
A rich red grape, sometimes called Italy's Shiraz, Nero D'Avola is grown on the island of Sicily with great success. Villa Pozzi sources it's Nero D'Avola from vineyards in the hills on the western side of the island. Elevations of 1,000 to 1,300 feet and clay soils give these grapes the balance they need to mature fully without becoming overripe. The result is a full, succulent wine with rich fruit, spice and deep color. A tremendous value, enjoy this wine with all of your favorite Italian dishes.

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Had the Villa Pozzi Nero D'Avola at a local restaurant last week and thought it was delicious.
Smooth, not alcholic, big fruit.
The measure I use for a really enjoyable wine is when I can't keep my hand off the wine glass (keep taking a taste).
This is that kind of wine.
December 13, 2013
Very nice Nero D'Avola
Defintely a re-purchase.
February 4, 2014
1 year ago
Supremely Smooth Everyday Wine
Year after year this is just one of the best Italian wine values out there. Clean and bright red fruit on the nose with hints of dried herbs and earth. Lively acidity and smooth tannins give it a vibrant mouthfeel, perfect for pizza and pasta.
March 6, 2014
Great value wine
This is a great everyday wine. Also a great value for the quality.
April 20, 2015
Nero D'Avola So So everyday wine
have hadthis wine when I lived back east and it was very good this vintage seems a little thin and light bodied
February 17, 2014

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great Sicilian red
joseph a on Jul 26, 2015
great Sicilian red
joseph a on Jul 26, 2015
I have ordered and drank this wine through the vintages from 2007-2011 and am curious as to why they have switched (ca 2010) from a corked bottle to a screw top bottle and if this in your opinion has effected the taste or quality of this wine.
jeffmartin83 on Nov 10, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question. For a wine like this a screw top is absolutely the best way to go. Corks are subject to cork taint which ruins many bottles of wine. Screw tops are sanitary and convenient. The major argument against them is for wines that require long aging, it is believed that the microscopic amount of air that penetrates a cork over time is beneficial to the development of these wines. Since Villa Pozzi is a best enjoyed young nothing is lost by eliminating the cork except the romance and perhaps occasional difficulty that comes with removing it.

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