Wines of Italy

Due lune Nerello Mascalese - Nero d'avloa.

Due Lune

A perfect blend of Nero D'Avola and Nerello Mascalese grapes which are harvested over two lunar cycles, hence the name "Due Lune". 

Nero D'vola is one of the most indigenous varieties in Italy a superbly bold fruit-driven flavors that range from black cherry to prune and Nerello Mascalese which highly regarded, dark-skinned grape variety that grows most commonly on the volcanic slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily  giving the wine a fruity and earthy expression.  



San Marzano SUD Negroamaro Salento 2019

San Marzano is a leading wine producer from Puglia, in the heel of Italy’s boot. Focusing on local grapes, such as Primitivo and Negroamaro.  Primitivo is a dark skinned grape that is known to produce intensely flavoured and colored wines . Blended with Negroamaro,  giving the wine a perfumed and earthy note that is full bodied. 




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