Feudo Principi di Butera 2001 San Rocco Cabernet Sauvignon (Sicilia)

Sicily has proved itself a worthy territory for Cabernet Sauvignon and this wine from the island's southeast corner is tightly packed with aromas of spice, licorice, vanilla, earth, iron, bay leaf, dried herbs and a playful touch of crushed raspberry. It does not boast the same density as other over-extracted Cabernets because it counts on elegance, not muscle.

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