Regaleali Nero d'Avola

One of the most famous Nero d'Avola wines of Sicily. From the heart of the island, from gentle hills cultivated with wheat and grapes. As they have been for thousands of years, Regaleali Rosso expresses the style and class of the best-known European wineries. It was the first wine to exalt the expressive and timeless wealth of the noble Sicilian tradition.

 
 
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Regaleali Nero d'Avola
Regaleali Nero d'Avola
Grapes:
Nero d'Avola predominantly.
Appellation:
Sicilia I.G.T. - Red.
Yield per Ha:
7.8 t.
Production method:
In stainless steel tanks.
Fermentation temperature:
26/28°C.
Maceration:
Skin contact for 10 days.
Malolactic fermentation:
Totally developed.
Ageing:
50% of the must in stainless steel tanks, the remaining 50% in 30 and 60 hl Slavonian oak barrels for 6 months.
Alcohol content:
13.50% Vol.
Wine analytical data:
pH 3.62 - TA 5.90 g/l - RS 2.50 g/l - TE 30.00 g/l.
 
 

Colour:

Bright, intense ruby red.

Bouquet:

Cherry, sour cherry, mulberry, blueberry. Vanilla and sage.

Taste:

Soft. Balanced tannins. Pleasant taste of red berries.
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2014
Wine Enthusiast
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88 points
2012
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2013
Robert Parker
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87 / 100
2010
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2010
Gambero Rosso
Roma
Berebene Low cost
2008
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2009
Robert Parker.com
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Rating: 87
2007
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2009
The Wine Advocate - Robert Parker
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87 points
2007
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2008
Wine Spectator Buying Guide
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87 points
2006
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2008
The Wine Advocate - Robert Parker
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87 points
2006
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2008
The Wine Advocate - Robert Parker
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88 points
2005
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2007
The Wine Advocate - Robert Parker
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88 points
2005
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2007
Gambero Rosso "Almanacco del Berebene 2007"
Roma
Oscar Qualità/Prezzo
2005
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2006
Gambero Rosso "Almanacco del Berebene 2006"
Roma
Oscar Qualità/Prezzo
2004
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2006
Wine Enthusiast - Buying Guide
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87 points
2004
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2006
Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
Bruxelles
Médaille d'Argent
2004
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2004
Guida al Vino Quotidiano
Torino
I migliori a meno di € 7.75
2001
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2004
International Challenge 2004
Vietnam
Silver
2003
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2004
Parker The Wine Advocate
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86 points
2002
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2004
Decanter World Wine Awards
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Commended
2002
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2003
Wine Spectator - Jun.
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86/100 points
2001
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1994
Gambero Rosso "Almanacco del Berebene 1994"
Roma
Oscar "Miglior Rapporto Qualità/Prezzo"
1991
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1993
13° Banco d'Assaggio dei Vini d'Italia
Torgiano
Diploma e Medaglia d'Oro
1991
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1984
8° Concorso Enologico Internazionale
Milano
Diploma e Medaglia d'Oro
1983
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1982
6° Concorso Enologico Internazionale
Milano
Diploma e Medaglia d'Oro
1979
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1982
2° Banco d'Assaggio dei Vini d'Italia
Torgiano
Diploma e Medaglia d'Oro
1979
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1978
24ª Fiera Vitivinicola Internazionale
Liubjana
Grande Diploma e Medaglia d'Oro
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1974
2° Concorso Enologico Internazionale
Milano
Diploma e Medaglia d'Oro
1972
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1973
Conc. Enol. permanente dai Enot. Naz. - UnionOenol. Int
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Diploma di Merito Enologico
1970
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1973
Fiera Campionaria Internazionale
Messina
Diploma
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1972
Mostra Camp. Naz. Vini - Conc. Enol. Naz. Vini Tipici
Pramaggiore
"Oscar del Vino"
1968
 
 

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Despite its long history, the Nero d'Avola grape has only become widely known and loved in recent years; now, this native Sicilian variety has reached great heights all over Italy and the world. Passion and dedication lie behind our red monovarietal, starting with the low yields in the vineyard which guarantee a high-quality vintage of notable concentration. By ageing it partly in wood and parly in steel vats, we can supplement the fresh fruity notes of a young wine with elegant spices and liquorice which bode very well for further maturing.