Feu D'o Rosso

Feu D'o Rosso

Capturing the unique blend of Sicilian flavors from the hot, lower lying regions of Sicily (Nero D’Avola) to the cool, high altitude of the active volcano Mt. Etna (Nerello Mascalese), Feu D’o Rosso presents in a brilliant red with violet tones. A rich, fragrant red with undertones of red fruits and hints of licorice, this delicious unoaked red lingers with each and every sip. From antipasta to pizza alla norma, Feu D’o Rosso is the perfect compliment to pair with a variety of Sicilian dishes.

Feu D'o Rosso

A blend of Nero D'Avola and Nerello Mascalese aged in stainless steel containers for 4 months.

More About This Wine

The Nero D’Avola grape is one of Sicily’s most commonly known and exported grapes. Harvested in the lower regions, this bright red grape (think cherry or ruby red) is strongly reminiscent of blackberries. Rich and fragrant, Nero D’Avola grapes create a dry, warm and full-bodied flavor.


Named after the Mascali area in Carania where the grape is thought to have originated, the Nerello Mascalese grape grows in the cool, high altitudes of the active volcano Mt. Etna. Grown primarily on the northeastern side of Sicily, this red grape contains a rustic black volcanic earthy note, and medium weight fine-grained tannins.


From the lower lying regions to the cool high altitudes, Feu D’o Rosso presents the perfect coupling of the Nero D’Avola and Nerello Mascalese grapes. The result? A captivating blend that encompasses a unique blend of Sicilian flavors. 
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Feud'o - Originally spoken 'feud'oro', feud'o loosely translates to 'golden feud.' Feud'o has come to represent the ancient medieval structure that serves as a remembrance of the feud to control the land. Over time, the use of the adjective "d'oro" became restricted to the area of Marsala (in western Sicily), so we now simply say 'feud'o'.

• Feu D’o Rosso contains the vibrant aroma of red fruits with subtle undertones licorice. 
• Feu D’o Rosso provides the palate with the perfect lingering balance of a fresh and fruitful of flavor.
• Invigorating and easy to drink this rich, plummy wine is infused with the unique tastes of Sicily. 
• Refined in a stainless steel container for 4 months, this wine is best served between 64F-68F.

The Grapes

The Nero D’Avola grape is one of Sicily’s most commonly known and exported grapes. Harvested in the lower regions, this bright red grape (think cherry or ruby red) is strongly reminiscent of blackberries. Rich and fragrant, Nero D’Avola grapes create a dry, warm and full-bodied flavor.


Named after the Mascali area in Carania where the grape is thought to have originated, the Nerello Mascalese grape grows in the cool, high altitudes of the active volcano Mt. Etna. Grown primarily on the northeastern side of Sicily, this red grape contains a rustic black volcanic earthy note, and medium weight fine-grained tannins.


From the lower lying regions to the cool high altitudes, Feu D’o Rosso presents the perfect coupling of the Nero D’Avola and Nerello Mascalese grapes. The result? A captivating blend that encompasses a unique blend of Sicilian flavors. 
.

It's all in the name...

Feud'o - Originally spoken 'feud'oro', feud'o loosely translates to 'golden feud.' Feud'o has come to represent the ancient medieval structure that serves as a remembrance of the feud to control the land. Over time, the use of the adjective "d'oro" became restricted to the area of Marsala (in western Sicily), so we now simply say 'feud'o'.

What We Love About This Wine

• Feu D’o Rosso contains the vibrant aroma of red fruits with subtle undertones licorice. 
• Feu D’o Rosso provides the palate with the perfect lingering balance of a fresh and fruitful of flavor.
• Invigorating and easy to drink this rich, plummy wine is infused with the unique tastes of Sicily. 
• Refined in a stainless steel container for 4 months, this wine is best served between 64F-68F.