Nino Negri Inferno Valtellina Superiore Nebbiolo 2013

Ratings on Delectable

Meg Herring Delectable Pro

Rose petals and a touch of tart dried cherry

Rose petals and a touch of tart dried cherry

8.7

Andrew Lohse Delectable Pro

Nose isn’t that open right now, but plenty of dried cherry, strawberry, rose on the palate // nice med+ lift of acidity

Nose isn’t that open right now, but plenty of dried cherry, strawberry, rose on the palate // nice med+ lift of acidity

8.9

Gary West

This is a very nice Nebbiolo. I will definitely have it again! The color is amazing and the taste is spot on for what you would expect from this grape. Price point is good considering many are twice as expensive.

This is a very nice Nebbiolo. I will definitely have it again! The color is amazing and the taste is spot on for what you would expect from this grape. Price point is good considering many are twice as expensive.

9.0

Maciej Kurka

I picked this wine because it described my day perfectly. Inferno = Hell. Long lines in the stores and stupidity of the situation that needed to be taken seriously long time ago. Anyway. Inferno, a subregion of Valtellina is a more beautiful and feminine Nebbiolo. I enjoyed it very much despite its name

I picked this wine because it described my day perfectly. Inferno = Hell. Long lines in the stores and stupidity of the situation that needed to be taken seriously long time ago. Anyway. Inferno, a subregion of Valtellina is a more beautiful and feminine Nebbiolo. I enjoyed it very much despite its name

9.0

Ely Cohn

Nebbiolo has such beautiful properties but it’s intense and usually needs the defense of a ribeye or something equivalent. If you love quieter wines, and if you love the flavors and aroma of Nebbiolo, Inferno is for you. It has the salts and minerality of Etna and the musty dusty fruit of Piedmont. It’s cool with dark cherries and roses and old leather. Extremely moderate tannins all considering.

Nebbiolo has such beautiful properties but it’s intense and usually needs the defense of a ribeye or something equivalent. If you love quieter wines, and if you love the flavors and aroma of Nebbiolo, Inferno is for you. It has the salts and minerality of Etna and the musty dusty fruit of Piedmont. It’s cool with dark cherries and roses and old leather. Extremely moderate tannins all considering.

9.2

Kathryn Olivia Chinetti

Brick red and full bodied. Delightful. Earthy.

Brick red and full bodied. Delightful. Earthy.

9.0

Matthew Davis

Very good, some smokiness, clay and leather, taste lingers on the palate.

Very good, some smokiness, clay and leather, taste lingers on the palate.

8.9

Julie Margolis

Alternate take on Nebbiolo. Medium plus acid and tannins with tart red cherry, a floral note and black pepper. Yum!

Alternate take on Nebbiolo. Medium plus acid and tannins with tart red cherry, a floral note and black pepper. Yum!

9.1

Jaime Grunlan

Menu decanted. Light red for true red wine. Muted nose, but sour cherry kool aid is present. Pleasant, dry sour cherry palate. Medium short finish. Nice quaffable starter wine. I wouldn't seek it out, but it's a solid QPR.

Menu decanted. Light red for true red wine. Muted nose, but sour cherry kool aid is present. Pleasant, dry sour cherry palate. Medium short finish. Nice quaffable starter wine. I wouldn't seek it out, but it's a solid QPR.

8.7

Location

  • 271 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY 10023

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10AM-8PM
    Sunday: 12PM-8PM

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