Turley Bechthold Vineyard Cinsault 2015

Ratings on Delectable

Ron Yates Delectable Pro

Beautiful fruit driven Cinsault. Lush and delicious.

Beautiful fruit driven Cinsault. Lush and delicious.

9.0

Alex Jones Delectable Pro

Marketing/Development Kunni/Westerly Wines

Bright fruit, medium body, nice structure. Good with Korean BBQ.

Bright fruit, medium body, nice structure. Good with Korean BBQ.

8.8

Penny Wild-perkowski

So light for a Turley but a pleasure to drink. Nice fruit. Drink on same day you open because it loses everything the next day even when stored properly.

So light for a Turley but a pleasure to drink. Nice fruit. Drink on same day you open because it loses everything the next day even when stored properly.

9.0

Billy Feyersen

Light and round. Lovely.

Light and round. Lovely.

9.2

Nagib Nasr

Interesting cinsault. Enjoyed it. .

Interesting cinsault. Enjoyed it. .

9.0

Chris Madrid

Beaujolais nose, not so much granite on palate. Pretty, funky, deliciousness.

Beaujolais nose, not so much granite on palate. Pretty, funky, deliciousness.

9.0

Rachel Fanning

This wine has all the characteristics you'd want in a carbonic maceration style wine. It carries a bright, light, crisp flavor profile. I, personally, miss the softening from some barrel aging.

This wine has all the characteristics you'd want in a carbonic maceration style wine. It carries a bright, light, crisp flavor profile. I, personally, miss the softening from some barrel aging.

7.4

Arecibo Message

Dark orange. So weird, but I love it.

Dark orange. So weird, but I love it.

9.8

Sarah O'Kelley

Red fruit, easy drinking, great value!

Red fruit, easy drinking, great value!

8.8

Ben Lehman

Good, but a little one note and primary. Missing a little magic

Good, but a little one note and primary. Missing a little magic

8.8

Location

  • 148 Chambers Street
    New York, NY 10007

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm
    Sunday: 12pm-7pm

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