Scarpa (Antica Casa Vinicola Scarpa) Bric du Nota Nebbiolo d'Alba 2010

8.97 ratings on Delectable
$36.99

It boggles the mind that, with Piedmontese-traditionalists so ascendant, Scarpa isn't a famous name. Not only were they one of the very first domaines to bottle Barolo, they continue to make wine that is as decidedly old-school as their gorgeous labels. This Nebbiolo is fresh yet serious, joyous yet detailed.

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Ratings on Delectable

Marc Stubblefield Delectable Pro

Wine Sales at Vino Carta and Kogod Wine Merchant

Piemonte all the way. Cherry and leather and herbs and grip. Surprisingly open and ready to go.

Piemonte all the way. Cherry and leather and herbs and grip. Surprisingly open and ready to go.

9.0

Jeremy Shanker Delectable Pro

Sommelier at RN74

Good entry level from an underrated, old school producer.

Good entry level from an underrated, old school producer.

8.8

Jon Fine

2010 vintage. Keep thinking I like these guys rather than love these guys, but something keeps me coming back.

2010 vintage. Keep thinking I like these guys rather than love these guys, but something keeps me coming back.

9.0

Tim Herrmann

Delicious and ready, this had classic red fruits, flowers, and a slight smokey component. The acidity is piercing and gives it a leaner feel vs Barbaresco / Barolo.

Delicious and ready, this had classic red fruits, flowers, and a slight smokey component. The acidity is piercing and gives it a leaner feel vs Barbaresco / Barolo.

8.7

Location

  • 929 Broadway
    New York, NY 10010

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