Paolo Bea Riserva Pipparello Montefalco Rosso Sangiovese Blend 2009

9.115 ratings on Delectable
$62.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Jennifer DiDomizio Delectable Pro

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9.2

Alex Papanicolaou Delectable Pro

I love these wines so much, but the bottle variance is such that from one bottle to the next, you might think you're drinking two different wines. I had one two months ago, and it showed much more of the Sangiovese; lighter, fresher, and more acid. And a week or so ago I opened one that was far more Sagrantino dominant with a heavy smokiness and much firmer tannin. Amazing wines, but definitely tricky to buy when you're not always sure what you're getting.

I love these wines so much, but the bottle variance is such that from one bottle to the next, you might think you're drinking two different wines. I had one two months ago, and it showed much more of the Sangiovese; lighter, fresher, and more acid. And a week or so ago I opened one that was far more Sagrantino dominant with a heavy smokiness and much firmer tannin. Amazing wines, but definitely tricky to buy when you're not always sure what you're getting.

9.4

Matt Lasater

I wanted something soulful, rustic, and earthy and this hits the spot. The blend seems to accentuate every varietal in combination to create a wine that's multi-faceted and delicious. Sour cherry, red plums, clay, animal, leather, licorice, porcini, amaro spice, eucalyptus. Despite the rustic charm there is plenty of finesse guiding this along. Day 2 is showing way more savory and umami earth tones. That truffle/porcini note is forward followed by wet leather, tar, and cured meat aromas. Palate is much more supple and there's a slight balsamic note to the fruit. I love this wine.

I wanted something soulful, rustic, and earthy and this hits the spot. The blend seems to accentuate every varietal in combination to create a wine that's multi-faceted and delicious. Sour cherry, red plums, clay, animal, leather, licorice, porcini, amaro spice, eucalyptus. Despite the rustic charm there is plenty of finesse guiding this along. Day 2 is showing way more savory and umami earth tones. That truffle/porcini note is forward followed by wet leather, tar, and cured meat aromas. Palate is much more supple and there's a slight balsamic note to the fruit. I love this wine.

9.4

Jim Yonkus

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9.1

Location

  • 81 Washington Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11201

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    Sunday: 12PM-8PM