2017 Tom Bowler Lino Ramble Nero D’Avola - Last Stocks

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2017 Tom Bowler Lino Ramble Nero D’Avola - Last Stocks

McLaren Vale, South Australia, AUSTRALIA
$27.99 Bottle
  • Cellar Drink Now - 3 years (2018-2021)
  • ABV 13.8%
  • Closure: Stelvin

Totally opaque dark red black tinged core with a bright dark red hue. Pronounced ripe black cherry, dark plum and liquorice aromas intermingle with earthy incense like notes and fresh herbs. Rich juicy flavours of ripe dark cherries, dark plum and liquorice fill the medium to full bodied palate with an undercard of incense, scorched earth and spicy dried herbs. Fleshy mouthfeel, velvety tannins and a long sumptuous finish of ripe dark cherries, plums, liquorice, earthy incense and spicy dried herbs.
Drink over the next 2-3 years.
Alc. 13.8%

Other Reviews…
I drove past the town of Avola (Sicily) a number of times this month, yet I never dropped in to see if they had any Nero. Andy Coppard loves Nero, not that there’s anything wrong with that.
Good stuff. The jubes, black cherry, black jellybean, iron and solder. Medium-bodied, juicy and fleshy, fine velour tannin, sit back and relax, take a load off, because here’s a wine that’s both easy to enjoy, and pronounce. Satisfying length, with dense fine tannin running it out, and some purple perfume and dried herb. Delightful. Drink 2018-2024.
93 points
Gary Walsh – The Wine Front