Vinos Ambiz Amphora Airén 2013

9.049 ratings on Delectable
$18.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Sergio Licea

Persimmon, dried apricots, graphite, white pepper, barnyard. Silky texture, low acid and slight trace of tannins.

Persimmon, dried apricots, graphite, white pepper, barnyard. Silky texture, low acid and slight trace of tannins.

9.5

Hank Beckmeyer Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker La Clarine Farms

Well done Fabio!

Well done Fabio!

9.2

Heather Meyer Delectable Pro

Took a little while to open, but very interesting and pretty. And a great back label.

Took a little while to open, but very interesting and pretty. And a great back label.

9.0

Max Gottesfeld Delectable Pro

Entry level orange wine. Good but not too funky.

Entry level orange wine. Good but not too funky.

9.0

Genna Yarkin

Orange wine is fascinating, and has a coppery feeling to it that I quite like.

Orange wine is fascinating, and has a coppery feeling to it that I quite like.

8.9

Christine Wright

Looks funkier than it tastes. Surprisingly easy on the palate.

Looks funkier than it tastes. Surprisingly easy on the palate.

8.6

Crystal Wang

Orange.

Orange.

8.4

Richard Fleming

What you could almost call the epic rant on the massive rear label of this wine is itself worth the price of admission, which I think was around $17. This stuff is cloudy and funky and unrepentantly "natural" and really pissed off some winos who frequent my facebook feed a few months ago, basically, I guess, because it is one thing to be a natural wine and quite another to run an almost aggressive manifesto of non-interventionism on a queen-sized sheet of a back label. Nothing crisp or clean about this but it is awesome and unique and something like having a picnic in a musty hayloft with someone you aren't married to and whose language you might not even speak.

What you could almost call the epic rant on the massive rear label of this wine is itself worth the price of admission, which I think was around $17. This stuff is cloudy and funky and unrepentantly "natural" and really pissed off some winos who frequent my facebook feed a few months ago, basically, I guess, because it is one thing to be a natural wine and quite another to run an almost aggressive manifesto of non-interventionism on a queen-sized sheet of a back label. Nothing crisp or clean about this but it is awesome and unique and something like having a picnic in a musty hayloft with someone you aren't married to and whose language you might not even speak.

9.2

Jose Moran

Madrid skin contact wine. Funky

Madrid skin contact wine. Funky

8.9

Hanif Perry

Nice little skin contact

Nice little skin contact

8.7

Location

  • 6801 Melrose Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90038

  • Hours:
    Sunday: 12pm-5pm
    Monday: 12pm-8pm
    Tuesday-Saturday: 11am-8pm