Punchy, dirty, dark and a bit sulphurous this native Sicilian grape has hallmark black cherries, olives and even camel hide – huh? Dry with very young tannin, nice licorice stick and cloves, but it’s as hot and as rustic as a cow herding holiday in the outback.
|The mm says||5/10|
|Style||Spicy & powerful|
|Region, Country||Sicily, Italy|
|Food pairing||Beef, Grilled Meat, Pork, Spice (heat), Stewed meat, Tomato based|
|Extra Features||Interesting grape|
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