This blend of Nero d'Avola and Frappatto was pretty decent on its own, but would probably be even better accompanying pasta with meat sauce.
Medium-light ruby garnet. Intensely metallic-minerally, sour cherry nose, with spiced lemon notes. Cherry, pine resin, and charcoal flavors on entry, quickly molting into very clingy, cherry/mineral flavors. Good acidity, and a good finish. Medium-full bodied. B. Was $22 at Spec's on Smith.