Nero d'Avola (“Nair-oh da-vo-la” also known as Calabrese) is the most important and widely planted red wine grape variety in Sicily. Huge volumes of Nero d'Avola are produced on the island every year, and have been for centuries. Nero d'Avola translated means "Black of Avola", a reference to the grape's distinctive dark colouring. A full-bodied style wine with flavours of black cherry and tobacco. Food pairings: Oxtail soup, Beef Stew, Grilled Tuna and Grilled Pork Chops.