Passopisciaro Passopisciaro Terre Siciliane Nerello Mascalese 2013

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Ratings on Delectable

Charles (Chad) Bucklin Delectable Pro

Owner and founder of C. T. Bucklin Wine Advising

Showing much better than the 2012. Color was vibrant. Great mix of fresh blue and red fruit as well as white pepper and herbs. Palate was restrained and well structured with a hint of sourness. More drying than unctuous. Fine finish. #passopisciaro #etna #mtetnawine #sicily #italy #nerellomascalese #ctbucklinwine

Showing much better than the 2012. Color was vibrant. Great mix of fresh blue and red fruit as well as white pepper and herbs. Palate was restrained and well structured with a hint of sourness. More drying than unctuous. Fine finish. #passopisciaro #etna #mtetnawine #sicily #italy #nerellomascalese #ctbucklinwine

8.6

Sam Decker Delectable Pro

Lean; looking forward to the '14

Lean; looking forward to the '14

8.8

Azura Tirozzi Delectable Pro

Always a favorite

Always a favorite

9.2

Ben Walker / Caravin Delectable Pro

Bit meh this one

Bit meh this one

8.8

Gabrielle Micheletti Delectable Pro

#vinodalproduttore

#vinodalproduttore

Gabrielle Micheletti Delectable Pro

#slowwine2016

#slowwine2016

Kyle Volluz

Huge minerality. Needs a long decant. Worth the wait.

Huge minerality. Needs a long decant. Worth the wait.

9.0

Jennifer Armitage Berkman

Elegant. Violets and red fruits with earthy finish. Completely delicious.

Elegant. Violets and red fruits with earthy finish. Completely delicious.

9.4

romo

Paella

Paella

9.1

Daniel Bellury

Spiiiiicy

Spiiiiicy

8.7

Location

  • 271 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY 10023

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

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