2020 LunaGaia ‘Chiaramontesi’ Nero d’Avola DOP

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Aromas of marine terroir and Sicilian sun-kissed fruit.

Pairs well with fried eggplant, grilled cheese, deviled quail eggs.

The name of the Nero d’Avola vine was born as Calaulisi. Caleu is a Sicilian synonym of Racina, that is grapes. Aulisi indicates “Aula”, that is the municipality of Avola in Sicilian. Ultimately: Grapes of Avola. Chiaramontesi is named for the familial dynasty in “Orlando Furioso”. Depicted on the label, Charlemagne hands Angela over to Namo di Baviera and promises her hand to the most heroic during battle.

Varietals: 100% Nero d’Avola

Weight 3.5 lbs
Dimensions 3.5 × 3.5 × 12 in









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About Cantina Orsogna


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Cantina Orsogna, created in 1964, is a cooperative company of 450 partners. It is the largest producer of organic and biodynamic wines in the south centre of Italy. It has more than 1.100 hectares of vines, 80% is certified organic, and 30% is certified biodynamic by Demeter. Cantina Orsogna has been certified biodynamic since 2005 and has been organic producers for more than 30 years.

Translated from Italian: “We are biodynamic, strong, kind and stubborn from Abruzzo. We know it’s not easy, but our hands and our families are constantly committed to living biodynamics not only as an agricultural method, but as an ethical opportunity to live in harmony with nature, the environment, and man.”