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Il Duca

Sicily in a sip

There is a grape that originates in Noto and slowly moves to Agrigento, Trapani, Palermo: it is Nero d’Avola, a vigorous, energetic and productive grape. Its name is obviously derived from the Sicilian city, but it was once also called “Calabrese”-this name comes from a translation error. In fact, this grape is called Calaravrisi in dialect: proceeding to write wine treaties in Italian during the 1800s, scholars mistakenly Italianized the term to Calabrese. In fact, the term Calaravrisi actually means “grape (cala) of Avola.”

Little secrets, great spirits

Make your grappa even more extraordinary: listen to Enrico Berta’s advice on the art of tasting, the perfect pairings and the best storage.

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    But the packages can remain in the environment for years. Follow these directions to properly dispose of all parts of your bottle.


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