Paolo Bea San Valentino Sangiovese Blend 2009

9.1145 ratings on Delectable
$30.99

Bea’s “entry-level” wine is delicious and a great intro to the domaine. It’s 30% Sagrantino, Montefalco’s most famous grape (the balance is mostly Sangiovese with a little Montepulciano). From 50-year-old vines, it’s dark, spicy, and full of life.

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Ratings on Delectable

Joe Beddia

Great with food or without food. Clothing optional.

Great with food or without food. Clothing optional.

9.1

Mike Lucia Delectable Pro

Assistant Winemaker Copain Wines

Wow. Hits my cheek bones. So good

Wow. Hits my cheek bones. So good

9.3

Sergio Licea

Blueberries, grape bubble gum, thyme, pine needles, balsamic, sea tart candies. Excellent acidity, perfect neutral texture for rich or light dishes. Excellent acidity, slight dusty tannin finish.

Blueberries, grape bubble gum, thyme, pine needles, balsamic, sea tart candies. Excellent acidity, perfect neutral texture for rich or light dishes. Excellent acidity, slight dusty tannin finish.

9.8

Collin Moody

Beautiful!

Beautiful!

9.2

Alex Jones Delectable Pro

Marketing/Development Kunni/Westerly Wines

High toned dark fruit. Showing great.

High toned dark fruit. Showing great.

8.9

Patrick Herrington

Initially bit dusty but nice medium body with notes of cherries and herbs. First Umbria tasting recommended at Philippe's Wine cellar in New Orleans

Initially bit dusty but nice medium body with notes of cherries and herbs. First Umbria tasting recommended at Philippe's Wine cellar in New Orleans

9.4

Jeff Burrows Delectable Pro

Rich red fruit w/ a tar edge. Nice depth for a wine which never saw any oak.

Rich red fruit w/ a tar edge. Nice depth for a wine which never saw any oak.

8.5

Nick Rivas

A good solid wine, but doesn't live up to high expectations..maybe an odd year. Fruit was good but not overly complex.

A good solid wine, but doesn't live up to high expectations..maybe an odd year. Fruit was good but not overly complex.

8.8

Kevin Walsh Delectable Pro

Wine blogger doxologywine.com; Freelance Sommelier (Court of Master Sommeliers) Doxology Wine Consulting

I still have yet to have a Bea that I don't love

I still have yet to have a Bea that I don't love

9.6

Leonardo Lepiane

Consistently making great wines, go Paolo!

Consistently making great wines, go Paolo!

9.2

Location

  • 929 Broadway
    New York, NY 10010

  • Monday-Thursday: 10am-9pm
    Friday-Saturday: 10am-10pm
    Sunday: 12pm-8pm