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Feudo Maccari
Neré Nero d’Avola DOP 2020
91 Points
jamessuckling.com
August 16, 2022
Plenty of crushed mulberry and blackberry aromas with hints of fresh herbs. Medium bodied with medium, round tannins and a delicious finish. Iron-like undertones. Shows a nice balance of light tannins and freshness, as in recent vintages. Drink and enjoy.
– James Suckling
Feudo Maccari
Neré Nero d’Avola DOP 2020
94 Points
jamessuckling.com
August 10, 2022
Aromas of black licorice, crushed plum and ground spice. Medium-to full-bodied with powdery yet firm tannins. Fresher and crunchier than past vintages. The red and black fruit on the palate is nicely articulated by steady acidity and some mineral notes. Best after 2025.
– James Suckling
Feudo Maccari
Neré Nero d’Avola DOP 2018
88 Points
VinousMedia.com
June 10, 2021
The 2018 Nero d'Avola Neré is a fruit-forward effort that draws you close with a display of sweet violets, crushed black berries and exotic spice. It’s soft with a noticeable inner sweetness, counterbalanced by tart woodland berries and a twang of peppery herbs. A concentration of primary fruits saturates the palate through the finale, providing a pleasantly tactile feel. All of that said, the Neré is, while balanced, all about immediate satisfaction.
– Eric Guido
Feudo Maccari
Neré Nero d’Avola DOP 2018
92 Points
jamessuckling.com
July 2, 2020
A polished, refined nero d’avola with blackberries, black olives and blueberries. Hints of stones. Full-bodied with a nicely formed palate and a long, linear finish. A cooler style, compared with the often jammy rendition of this grape.
– Nick Stock
Feudo Maccari
Neré Nero d’Avola DOP 2017
89 Points
Wine Spectator
September 5, 2019
Expressive notes of ripe plum and cassis fruit, spice box and cured tobacco are well-knit with light, taut tannins in this juicy, medium-bodied red.
– Alison Napjus
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