Eastern Laneway

Wine variety

Nero D’avola



Price $9.99

Rating – 2/5

Purchase today at Aldi


Australian NSW


The Donna Review

An overly fruity bouquet, but I am picking up vinegar.

On taste, it feels like it is watered down. So not much depth to this, but have to say it does have a flour like consistency in the mouth which isn’t pleasant and yet surprisingly easy to drink – make sure you only drink this with food. On it’s own, over powering vinaigrette.

A very disappointing wine for Aldi – that’s two on the trot. Maybe Aldi must have lost their wine buyer!

Wine Rating: 2/5

Man with no palate Review

Nero D’avola I generally usually like. The previous one was truly the worst wine we have ever drunk. The irony is, that was from Scilly, yet this one is from NSW. And although this is not a great wine by any stretch of the imagination, it is a considerable improvement on the last one. Don’t get me wrong, I would not buy this wine again. But you have to be honest with your appraisal. 

Wine Rating: 2.5/5 

Eastern Laneway Nero D’avola 2021 Bottle Label Description

Eastern Laneway vintners are small batch makers, crafting fine wine from like minded, sustainability farmed, local vineyards.

From a single block of some of Australia’s oldest Nero D’avola vines, this delicious young red has been made with  small-batch techniques of wild fermentation. French oak barrel maturation and minimal intervention.

Musk, rose petal and red currant aromas lead to a supple palate that is juicy, soft and velvety smooth from start to finish.

Vegan friendly

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