Nero d'Avola is poised for popularity

Italian Nero d'Avola's inexpensive bottles are showing up in more American restaurants and store shelves thanks to its soft flavors and powerful aromas of berries and spice, writes Lettie Teague. Some wine experts, including Yannick Benjamin, believe Nero could be the next Malbec in terms of international market popularity.

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