Antoine Arena Morta Maio Patrimonio Nielluccio 2012

$52.99

This is one of the final vintages made my Antoine Arena himself, before passing his vineyards down to his two sons in 2014, and a decidedly richer expression compared to later vintages made by sons Antoine-Marie and Jean-Baptiste. 100% Niellucciu from 20-year-old vines from certified organic vineyards on chalk and limestone soils. Fermented with native yeasts, macerated for up to 9 weeks, this wine spends up to 2 years in concrete tanks.andnbsp;Strawberry rhubarb on the nose with notes of leather, followed by bright red fruit, wild flowers and Provenandccedil;al herbs, with hints of white pepper, and hints of rocks.andnbsp;

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Ratings on Delectable

Bill Wenzlau Delectable Pro

Delightful.

Delightful.

9.2

Reilly Brock Delectable Pro

Rich and textured. Luscious red fruit and lively bite to it Corsica for the win!!

Rich and textured. Luscious red fruit and lively bite to it Corsica for the win!!

9.0

Emily Graney

Double decanted & still too tense until two hours later. I wish we had decanted this when the amuse arrived...neat to try a Corsican Sangiovese though. I'll revisit you, you strange creature.

Double decanted & still too tense until two hours later. I wish we had decanted this when the amuse arrived...neat to try a Corsican Sangiovese though. I'll revisit you, you strange creature.

8.9

Hanif Perry

Great. Let it open a bit.

Great. Let it open a bit.

9.1

Revi Haviv

My love

My love

9.4

Tony Politopoulos

Corsican Sangiovese. Very powerful smoky.

Corsican Sangiovese. Very powerful smoky.

9.2

Location

  • 606A West 28th Street
    New York, NY 10001

  • Hours:
    Monday-Friday: 11am - 8pm
    Saturday: 12pm - 8pm
    Sunday: 12pm - 7pm

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