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Finding nero

The flagship Sicilian grape, nero d’Avola, now has its roots firmly planted in the Fleurieu and is well suited to our warmer, maritime climate, especially in the McLaren Vale region. The Italian tradition of calling black grapes ‘nero’ and Avola (a seaside

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