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2013 Insolia (Valle dell' Cate "Case Ibidini")

Valle dell'Acate "Tenuta Ibidini", Insolia, Sicilia, Italy 2013

100% Insolia

PASSION FRUIT & GENTLE LEMON, LIGHTLY FLORAL AROMAS, MOST REFRESHING

Gaetana Jacono is a sixth-generation winemaker, and the Tenuta Ibidini line of wines is named for the estate where some of her family's oldest vineyards are located. The Insolia grape is conducive to bright, tropical, aromatic wines with a quality of fresh almonds, citrus, and floral aromas. Planted primarily in western Sicilia, it is also grown in Tuscany, where it is known as Ansonica. This might just be your new favorite, awesomely-quaffable, first-course, hangin' out with friends kind of wine.

Serving Suggestion: Mild cheeses, grilled NC trout w/ lemon & capers, tangy tapenade, or olives stuffed w/ anchovies - breaded & deep fried.

12.99

4 in stock

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2015 Nero d'Avola (Valle dell' Cate "Case Ibidini")

Valle dell'Acate "Tenuta Ibidini", Nero d'Avola, Sicilia, Italy 2015

100% Nero d'Avola

ASH, BLACKBERRY, RASPBERRY, EASY, FRIENDLY TANNIN

Tenuta Ibidini (pronounced ‘bidini) takes its name from the ancient root word Bidis, the name for the early Hellenic settlers in the area. Tradition has it that Nero d'Avola was brought to Sicily by the Greeks, though it is also known as "Calabrese," suggesting it may have come from the region of Calabria. Regardless of its origins, it is the most planted variety on the island and produces deeply colored wines ranging in style from youthful and juicy to rich and complex. This version offers tremendous bang for the buck with its dark fruit and oh so drinkable and friendly tannins.

Serving Suggestion: Friendly enough for roasted meaty fish like cod with a meat stock reduction sauce; venison grilled with juniper berries.

12.99

24 in stock

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2016 Nero d'Avola (Valle dell' Cate "Case Ibidini")

Valle dell'Acate "Tenuta Ibidini", Nero d'Avola, Sicilia, Italy 2016

100% Nero d'Avola

ASH, BLACKBERRY, RASPBERRY, EASY, FRIENDLY TANNIN

Tenuta Ibidini (pronounced ‘bidini) takes its name from the ancient root word Bidis, the name for the early Hellenic settlers in the area. Tradition has it that Nero d'Avola was brought to Sicily by the Greeks, though it is also known as "Calabrese," suggesting it may have come from the region of Calabria. Regardless of its origins, it is the most planted variety on the island and produces deeply colored wines ranging in style from youthful and juicy to rich and complex. This version offers tremendous bang for the buck with its dark fruit and oh so drinkable and friendly tannins.

Serving Suggestion: Friendly enough for roasted meaty fish like cod with a meat stock reduction sauce; venison grilled with juniper berries.

12.99

70 in stock

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