Paolo Bea Rosso de Véo Umbria Rosso Sagrantino 2009

$60

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Ratings on Delectable

Max Kogod Delectable Pro

Owner Kogod Wine Merchant

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9.3

Eric Brown Delectable Pro

2009

2009

Lindsey Tramuta

Extraordinary, paired perfectly with a plum crostata

Extraordinary, paired perfectly with a plum crostata

9.8

Patrick Downes

Nice red for Prime Rib

Nice red for Prime Rib

9.2

Mark Dowling

A dark brooding wine on the nose and palate. Black berries, currant, wild herbs, anise and sage. Drinkable now, but could use time to develop and soften.

A dark brooding wine on the nose and palate. Black berries, currant, wild herbs, anise and sage. Drinkable now, but could use time to develop and soften.

8.9

David Castricone

What Paolo Bea can do with his youngest Sagrantino grapes is nothing short of amazing. Delicious at first sip. Count me as a fan of this IGT.

What Paolo Bea can do with his youngest Sagrantino grapes is nothing short of amazing. Delicious at first sip. Count me as a fan of this IGT.

9.1

Evan Russell

Damn. Just damn.

Damn. Just damn.

10

Mac Hofeditz

Great bottle of wine at new SF favorite and owned by Sean Penn

Great bottle of wine at new SF favorite and owned by Sean Penn

9.1

Elizabeth Griswold

Goddamn. Black tar, roses. Black raspberry, perfume lift. Too harmonious to dissect. Some black currant & sweet orange in there. Soulful.

Goddamn. Black tar, roses. Black raspberry, perfume lift. Too harmonious to dissect. Some black currant & sweet orange in there. Soulful.

9.7

JKT

WireRack-RT1-# 8,T7, 2b JR

WireRack-RT1-# 8,T7, 2b JR

Location

  • 271 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY 10023

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

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