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Tenuta Rapitala Campo Reale Nero dAvola Sicilia 750ML Bottle
Retail: $13.99
Price: $9.99
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Item #: 9631508618 -

SummaryNero d’Avola vinified on its own gives this wine an exciting red color, an aroma of ripe fruit and a typical, deep, balanced flavor. Campo Reale, named after a town close to the estate, comes from vineyards at the heart of the Tenuta Rapitalà, grown on gentle hills at 1,300 feet above sea level which, because of their history, terrain and climate, creates a Nero d’Avola with a particular elegance, rare among others of this type.Terroir: Selected parcels of vines at 1,300 feet above sea...

Tenuta Rapitala Hugonis Nero dAvola Cabernet Sauvignon Sicily 750ML Bottle
Retail: $49.99
Price: $39.99
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Item #: 96312065 -

Hugonis with its powerful and austere style is the most prized product of Tenuta Rapitalà, the legacy wine. The seal of Hugonis Bernardi – a knight in armor with two leopards – which appears on the label, is the coat-of-arms of the family of Hugues Bernard de la Gatinais and his son, Laurent.Terroir: 100% estate-grown fruit is sourced from Nero d’Avola and Cabernet Sauvignon plots situated between 1,000 and 1,300 feet above sea level on rich, clay soils. Guyot-trained vines have limited yields...

Tenuta Rapitala Alto Nero dAvola Sicilia 750ML Bottle
Retail: $23.99
Price: $20.99
Availability: InStock
Item #: 96311366 -

Summary:Alto Nero d'Avola represents the newest release from Tenuta Rapitala. This single vineyard wine is an elegant expression of Sicily's most important grape.Terroir: Alto is sourced from a single high altitude vineyard on a 12 acre parcel of Rapitala's 500+ acres estate. The vineyard lies between at a high elevation of 1,300 to 1,700 feet and is planted to 10 year old cordon-spur trained Nero d'Avola vines. The terrain is dry and steep forcing the vines to dig deep into the barren soil....