Nero d’Avola has always struck me as Italy’s version of malbec: bold and fruity, but a bit monolithic. Yet during a recent dinner in Palermo, I tasted a nero d’Avola that kept me coming back to the glass. Feudo Montoni’s Nero d’Avola Lagnusa was fresh and floral, with high-toned…
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