Category: Wine – Still – Red
Grape variety: Nero d’Avola
Region: Sicily, Italy
Appellation: Sicilia
Producer: Gulfi
Bottle: 750 ml


Nerojbleo is a warm, solar red, with the striking characteristics of wine

It is produced from the renowned Nero’d’Avola, the Sicilian grape variety which has been cultivated for centuries on Mount Iblea in the province of Ragusa.

Production area: Val Canziria, in Chiaramonte Gulfi (Ragusa) VIGNA COSTE nearby Vigna Campo in the Canzeria Valley, with his 4 hectares is Gulfi’s widest vineyard in the commune of Chiaramonte Gulfi. Average altitude is 420 meters above sea level, slopes’ exposure is east-west, with a slight inclination.

The climate is tempered, with mild winters and dry summers, favouring a healthy ripening of the grapes. The vineyard is trained with the bilateral spurred cordon, density is 8.900 vines per hectare, and yields are lower than 85 q/ha.