Nero d’Avola Grape
Explore wines made from the Nero d’Avola grape of Sicily, Italy with this archive of wine stories, articles and reviews from Opening a Bottle.
Italians Abroad: A Californian Nero d’Avola to Find
300 Words (Or So) on a Martha Stoumen's Masterpiece
CVA Canicattì: A Co-op Winery on the Rise
Exploring What's Possible From 300 Sicilian Winegrowers
A Vineyard’s Story: Diodoros in Agrigento
Wine from the Shadows of Magna Graecia
The Wines… Founded by Giambattista Cilia, Cirino Strano and Giusto Occhipinti, Azienda Agricola COS has been one...
The Wines… Meticulous, thoughtful and thrilling red and white wines from the heart of Sicily’s Vittoria region....
The Wines… Donnafugata’s story closely mirrors the rise of Sicilian wine in the modern age. The winery...
Sicilian Sweet Wines Demand Attention
A Four-Course Story of Dessert Wines from Gorghi Tondi, Occhipinti, Tasca d'Almerita and Donnafugata
The Top 10 Wines of 2017
And Why You Should Go Out and Drink Them
Sicily: Italy’s Most Exciting Wine Region
Drink Them Young, Drink Them Often
Frappato: Our Pick for Thanksgiving Red Wine
Shake things up with this unconventional Sicilian red
Your New Steak Wine: Nero d’Avola
Steak. It’s America’s favorite excuse to open a red wine. Why is that? Perhaps its the thickness of the...
Forget Cabernet Sauvignon: Alternative Steak Pairings
Steak and Cabernet Sauvignon go together like Eric Clapton and a Fender Stratocaster. I mean that as a complement, but...