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Inozemec Nero d'Avola 2017

Member Review by ApelsecS:

For some reason Russian winemakers turn any grape into semi-sweet wine... I'm a big fan of this grape but I was shocked to see a bottle of semi-dry Nero d'Avola! Let's take a look at this unique bottle: first of all, "Inozemets" is a russian word for "foreigner", and It's called so because grape is not locally grown (that's honestly written in description), I suspect it's imported from Sicilia, as usual... The wine looks awesome and at the beginning tastes like decent Nero d'Avola plus wide ripe plums and dark berries ending that make it even better, IMHO. Actually there is not too much sweetness, as I expected initially, in fact it has long crispy woody aftertaste!

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Region: Russia

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  • 2017

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Winery: Kubanskaya Loza
Color: Red
Varietal: Nero d'Avola
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Snooth User: ApelsecS
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09/05/2017

For some reason Russian winemakers turn any grape into semi-sweet wine... I'm a big fan of this grape but I was shocked to see a bottle of semi-dry Nero d'Avola! Let's take a look at this unique bottle: first of all, "Inozemets" is a russian word for "foreigner", and It's called so because grape is not locally grown (that's honestly written in description), I suspect it's imported from Sicilia, as usual... The wine looks awesome and at the beginning tastes like decent Nero d'Avola plus wide ripe plums and dark berries ending that make it even better, IMHO. Actually there is not too much sweetness, as I expected initially, in fact it has long crispy woody aftertaste!



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