Many of you are familiar with Ogio's Pinot Grigio offering, but this one is brand new. New to Nero D'Avola? This dark grape has been making a comeback in single varietal form since the 1990s, but Nero is still not as common as you might expect. This grape originates almost entirely from the arid climate of Sicily, where vines are pruned close to the ground to resist high winds. Black fruit on the muted nose, with ripe fruit flavours and a smooth finish. The flavour of the wine is deep and rich, similar to a Cab Sauv or Pinotage, which makes this an excellent partner for grilled gamey meats, beef stew, and the like.