Paolo Bea Lapideus Umbria Bianco Trebbiano 2014

$49.95

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750ml
Mushrooms

Ratings on Delectable

Jay Kline Delectable Pro

LOL…I suppose this would be similar to the color of urine coming down off herion…though I don’t have a personal reference point for that. It’s certainly a hazy, burnished gold color. On the nose, this is pretty wild. Decomposing citrus and apple, green herbs, dusty earth and horse blanket. On the palate, marmalade and earth…but pretty subdued actually. The finish is long, thanks to the acid and there is certainly some tannin but it’s more cerebral that hedonistic. Not nearly as generous as the 2015 version which was stunning. Spontaneously fermented, this bottle saw skin contact for 35 days and rested on its lees for 210 days. Bottle No. 1638/1800.

LOL…I suppose this would be similar to the color of urine coming down off herion…though I don’t have a personal reference point for that. It’s certainly a hazy, burnished gold color. On the nose, this is pretty wild. Decomposing citrus and apple, green herbs, dusty earth and horse blanket. On the palate, marmalade and earth…but pretty subdued actually. The finish is long, thanks to the acid and there is certainly some tannin but it’s more cerebral that hedonistic. Not nearly as generous as the 2015 version which was stunning. Spontaneously fermented, this bottle saw skin contact for 35 days and rested on its lees for 210 days. Bottle No. 1638/1800.

9.0

Lauren Hunter Lee

If “Arboreus” is a sea to swim in, “Lapideus” is a rocket to ride.

If “Arboreus” is a sea to swim in, “Lapideus” is a rocket to ride.

9.3

JeremyC

From Arl orange tstg #2.

From Arl orange tstg #2.

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