Duca Enrico - Duca di Salaparuta and the First 100% Nero d’Avola wine

This amazing Duca di Salaparuta wine features elements that you might expect from classic Sicilian wines:

While Nero d’Avola wines are across the boards available all the time now, it didn’t use to be that way.  Duca di Salaparuta was the very first Italian wine estate to produce a luscious, full-bodied wine made from 100% Nero d’Avola grapes.

This amazing Duca di Salaparuta wine features elements that you might expect from classic Sicilian wines:  elegance, glamour, intensity, and charm by the bottle.  Featuring classic Mediterranean characteristics like blue flowers, Mediterranean herbs, and floral elements, Duca Enrico does not disappoint whenever you make this selection.

Whenever you enjoy this wine, whether it’s with a delicious meat-based dish or just on its own, you’ll be instantly swept off your feet and transported to that magnificent island region that is Sicily.  Brimming and bursting with history, you’ll experience the hands-on know-how the Duca di Salaparuta wines and the Alliata family bring to each vintage produced at their Duca di Salaparuta wine estates.

How could a wine named after one of Italy’s true historic wine-making maestro’s produce anything but a majestic wine selection?

Come taste a timeless Sicilian Nero d’Avola icon with Filippo Bartolotta as he cracks open a very special IGP selection, and takes you straight into the heart of the fine Sicilian wine lands.  Learn more, add some names for your must-try bucket list, and enjoy the world of fine Italian wines with Mamablip!

If it’s Sicilian wines you love, be sure to investigate this niche a little more with Filippo, as he tastes the Donnafugata Mille e Una Notte selection.  Curious about what to eat and what to drink in the Etna area?  Lele Gobbi brings you on an unique overview of this region, Etna: Vibrant Colors, Sunbeams and Fragrances. Be sure to include a visit to the  Wine Selections to purchase your own bottles of the Berlucchi selections and other recommended wines.

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