Paolo Bea Arboreus Umbria IGT Trebbiano 2010

$47

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750ml
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Ratings on Delectable

Tsuyoshi Enoki Delectable Pro

Sake Specialist Hasegawa Sake Shop Tokyo

Bright and deep beautiful orange color, a little sticky, tear drops. First note like apricot, orange, dried pineapple, almond, nuts, chocolate, second scent of onion, sesame oil, garlic, Katsuo-bushi, and third aroma of vinegar, pickles, plum, rum, barrels, and raisins. Mild comfortable sweet attack, matured smooth acid, soft and rich UMAMI, with nuance of dried fruit and nuts. Hint of bitterness conduct the taste, very good balance and long finish. I enjoyed it for my birthday.

Bright and deep beautiful orange color, a little sticky, tear drops. First note like apricot, orange, dried pineapple, almond, nuts, chocolate, second scent of onion, sesame oil, garlic, Katsuo-bushi, and third aroma of vinegar, pickles, plum, rum, barrels, and raisins. Mild comfortable sweet attack, matured smooth acid, soft and rich UMAMI, with nuance of dried fruit and nuts. Hint of bitterness conduct the taste, very good balance and long finish. I enjoyed it for my birthday.

9.1

James Forsyth Delectable Pro

Orange wine... An enigma wrapped in a riddle. Are they just bad or are they complex and interesting? An acquired taste or an affected opinion based on fadishness. The last one I tasted was vibrant and fruity. This isn't. It's bone dry, some tertiary elements, certainly no fruit to speak of. Slightly bitter. Possibly a sort of umami sensation. Definitely weird. Did I hate it? I'm not sure. There was something intriguing about it. Did I finish a glass? No.

Orange wine... An enigma wrapped in a riddle. Are they just bad or are they complex and interesting? An acquired taste or an affected opinion based on fadishness. The last one I tasted was vibrant and fruity. This isn't. It's bone dry, some tertiary elements, certainly no fruit to speak of. Slightly bitter. Possibly a sort of umami sensation. Definitely weird. Did I hate it? I'm not sure. There was something intriguing about it. Did I finish a glass? No.

8.7

Lee Pitofsky Delectable Pro

A unique orange wine with notes of bruised peaches, orange zest, minerals and wet leaves

A unique orange wine with notes of bruised peaches, orange zest, minerals and wet leaves

9.3

Andrew Lohse Delectable Pro

Funky aroma. Peppery, spicy. Earthy. 3 weeks on the skins. Long fermentation. Evolving palate.

Funky aroma. Peppery, spicy. Earthy. 3 weeks on the skins. Long fermentation. Evolving palate.

9.2

Shelley Lindgren Delectable Pro

Owner/Wine Director A16 and SPQR Restaurants

One of my all-time favorite and 2010 reaffirms my love affair with Giampiero's dedication to 120 year old Trebbiano he collects from the Spoletino valley in Umbria.

One of my all-time favorite and 2010 reaffirms my love affair with Giampiero's dedication to 120 year old Trebbiano he collects from the Spoletino valley in Umbria.

10

Pedro Rusk Delectable Pro

Wine Educator Kendall Jackson

Best duck liver pairing ever

Best duck liver pairing ever

9.3

Lee Pitofsky Delectable Pro

Beautiful orange wine with notes of bruised peach, kumquat, wet leaves and minerals

Beautiful orange wine with notes of bruised peach, kumquat, wet leaves and minerals

9.4

John McCarroll Delectable Pro

Sales Rowan Imports

@Kacie Lyn Kocher and I got in a fight and she bought me this. You all should pick fights with her

@Kacie Lyn Kocher and I got in a fight and she bought me this. You all should pick fights with her

9.2

David Conway Delectable Pro

The setting sometimes doesn't hurt...

The setting sometimes doesn't hurt...

9.3

BurgundyFan Delectable Pro

Arboreus Paolo Bea 2010, orange wine, nice acidity but still closed on the nose, needs time, orange zest, grapefruit and other citric fruits

Arboreus Paolo Bea 2010, orange wine, nice acidity but still closed on the nose, needs time, orange zest, grapefruit and other citric fruits

9.5

Location

  • 271 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY 10023

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

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