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Scarpa (Antica Casa Vinicola Scarpa) La Bogliona Barbera d'Asti 2006

$69.99

This is the wine that helped put Scarpa on the map when Mario Pesce first conceived of making a serious, age-worthy Barbera d’Asti in the 1960s. La Bogliona continues to show that Nebbiolo is not the only Piemontese variety that’s capable of making great, long-aging wines.

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Ratings on Delectable

David Gissen Delectable Pro

Mmmmm.... Goes with the beef crudo.

Mmmmm.... Goes with the beef crudo.

9.5

David McDuff Delectable Pro

Wine Blogger McDuff's Food & Wine Trail, Importer David Bowler Wines

#magnum

#magnum

Chris Walsh Delectable Pro

Partner Balanced Wine Selections

Wow

Wow

Mark Flesher

At Grace Ft Worth -- What a great wine tonight that went with a huge variety of dishes. Had just enough time for acidity to die down. This one was RATHER nice straight from the cork pop. Nose of dried raspberries, herbs, a little mushroom. The dirt and soil that this wine comes from really shows through in the nose here. The entry is sweeter dried raspberry, hint of cola, hint of mint. In the middle this one exploded to everything from dehydrated berries to tobacco to mushroom with a nice herbal balance. The finish was soft, silky but a tiny bit of dirt and funk and pepper. What incredible structure, although I do believe this one is probably nearing the top of the ascent and would look for it to start showing more funk and less fruit over the next few years.

At Grace Ft Worth -- What a great wine tonight that went with a huge variety of dishes. Had just enough time for acidity to die down. This one was RATHER nice straight from the cork pop. Nose of dried raspberries, herbs, a little mushroom. The dirt and soil that this wine comes from really shows through in the nose here. The entry is sweeter dried raspberry, hint of cola, hint of mint. In the middle this one exploded to everything from dehydrated berries to tobacco to mushroom with a nice herbal balance. The finish was soft, silky but a tiny bit of dirt and funk and pepper. What incredible structure, although I do believe this one is probably nearing the top of the ascent and would look for it to start showing more funk and less fruit over the next few years.

9.3

Heath Higgins

Killer wine!

Killer wine!

9.4

Location

  • 929 Broadway
    New York, NY 10010

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

WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.