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Palari Rosso del Soprano 2010

75cl

JR17,5Jancis Robinson

£13.83 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2010 Other vintages
2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011
Appellation:Sicily (Sicily, Italy)
Winery: Fattoria Palari
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Nero D'Avola, Nocera Bianca, Nerello Mascalese
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13%
The Palari Rosso del Soprano 2010 of Fattoria Palari: a red wine from Sicily produced with nerello mascalese, nocera bianca and nero d'avola from the 2010 vintage and presents an alcohol content of 13%. Drinks&Co users reviewed this red wine with 4 of 5 points.

Elaboration of Palari Rosso del Soprano 2010

Palari Rosso del Soprano 2010 (Nero D'Avola, Nocera Bianca and Nerello Mascalese)

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: Palari Rosso del Soprano 2010 shows a deep ruby ​​red
  • Nose: Fruity, crisp with notes of berries and jam
  • Mouth: full, rich flavor, with persistent fruit jam

PAIRING: pasta with meat sauce, meat parrillla, roasted, stewed white meats and hard cheese

GRAPES: Nerello Mascalese 50%, 30% Nerello Cappuccio, Nocera 10%, 10% Galatena

CELLAR: Fattoria Palari

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Reviews of Palari Rosso del Soprano 2010

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4 /5

TASTING NOTES:
- View: Palari Rosso del Soprano 2010 is a powerful ruby ​​red
- Nose: fruity with notes of berries and jam
- Mouth: Full and rich, with persistent fruit jam

GRAPES: Nerello Mascalese 50%, 30% Nerello Cappuccio, Nocera 10% Galatena
CELLAR: Fattoria Palari
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Reviews of other vintages of Palari Rosso del Soprano 201020112014

4/5

Geraci of 1700 in the beautiful Villa Sicily, home of the Farm Palari Nuon, has resumed the production of this ancient and noble wine with the objective to find, with the help of modern techniques, the quality that made it famous in the Lighthouse world.
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4/5

Red ruby colour with reddish brown tinges. Smells like cedar wood or pine tree.Roasted flavours.
I think the best pairing would be with meat.
Perfect with friends.
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