Envinate Albahra Garnacha Tintorera 2019

$22.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Andrew Delectable Pro

Dark fruit and subtle but present tannin. Good overall.

Dark fruit and subtle but present tannin. Good overall.

9.0

Ed Lehrman Delectable Pro

High acid grenache but true to varietal and really good with food.

High acid grenache but true to varietal and really good with food.

9.0

Iwan

Very fruit forward. Black and blue fruit, with very soft tannin.

Very fruit forward. Black and blue fruit, with very soft tannin.

8.8

Ely Cohn

Dark purple hue - the concentrated juice of equally dark berries foiled by a sour saltiness. Like Frappato. Raspberries, canned shredded beef, black marker, pine cone.

Dark purple hue - the concentrated juice of equally dark berries foiled by a sour saltiness. Like Frappato. Raspberries, canned shredded beef, black marker, pine cone.

9.0

Lindar Liebe

I guess I learned this is a "fine tannin" maybe? Cherry and leather vibes, a medium body and sweet do I'm alright with - it but not my style

I guess I learned this is a "fine tannin" maybe? Cherry and leather vibes, a medium body and sweet do I'm alright with - it but not my style

9.0

Rob Camp

Delicious full-bodied I’d try it again any time!

Delicious full-bodied I’d try it again any time!

9.1

Conner Massey

Really light and maybe a little thin?

Really light and maybe a little thin?

8.6

Jim Wagonfeld

Dark fruits, herbs and acidity. Bright and high toned. Excellent with food. Not overly complicated but a joy to drink. Love Envinates stuff.

Dark fruits, herbs and acidity. Bright and high toned. Excellent with food. Not overly complicated but a joy to drink. Love Envinates stuff.

9.0

Mathew

As another reviewer said, like a cross between a Beaujolais and a Rhône. Hits it on the nail, so I’ll just say it again. Definitely a wine best with food (well, aren’t they all?) And continued to change and open up while drinking.

As another reviewer said, like a cross between a Beaujolais and a Rhône. Hits it on the nail, so I’ll just say it again. Definitely a wine best with food (well, aren’t they all?) And continued to change and open up while drinking.

8.9

Cody Nelson

Aroma: earthy, clove, cinnamon. Flavor: high acid, under ripe blackberries. Finish: sharpe lingering tannins

Aroma: earthy, clove, cinnamon. Flavor: high acid, under ripe blackberries. Finish: sharpe lingering tannins

7.5

Location

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

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

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