If you enjoy Italian red wines but want to try one that's a little bit bolder and richer than your typical Chianti or Montepulciano, then you really should give a bottle of Nero D'Avola from Sicily a try.
The Ceuso Scurati Nero D'Avola is a great place to start. The grapes are grown in a soil combination of limestone and clay on a hillside. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and aged in cement vats and has a brilliant ruby color. It is full bodied with intense aromas of cherry and chocolate with smooth tannins and a long, satisfying finish. This is a terrific everyday value wine that pairs very well with grilled red meats, pasta dishes, or a classic pepperoni pizza with the works.
Stop in this weekend and pick up a bottle.