Il Mortellito Calaniuru Frappato-Nero d'Avola Blend 2019

$24.99

Calaniuru is a blend of organically farmed Frappato and Nero d'Avola favoring a higher percentage of Frappato for a fresh, drinkable wine. This wine is juicy with serious herbal tones laid over red cherry fruit and earthy tannins. Delicious with a chill, this pairs effortlessly with everything from seafood pastas like pasta con le sarde, olives, fresh cheese, or lighter meat dishes.

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Ratings on Delectable

AJ Gubser

Interesting nose. Candied plum, cherry, and raspberry. Maybe some sticks. Light and fruity on the palate. Medium acidity and a kiss of tannin. Light and crushable, but ultimately not that interesting, especially for the price. Will not be returning to this one.

Interesting nose. Candied plum, cherry, and raspberry. Maybe some sticks. Light and fruity on the palate. Medium acidity and a kiss of tannin. Light and crushable, but ultimately not that interesting, especially for the price. Will not be returning to this one.

8.7

Allison Kohl

light fresh a little funky on the tongue

light fresh a little funky on the tongue

8.9

Annie-Rose

Drinkable and slightly funky. Effervescent on the tongue, but not bubbly.

Drinkable and slightly funky. Effervescent on the tongue, but not bubbly.

9.3

Daniel Chor

Much more Frappato than Nero D’Avola; this is basically an expensive rosé, and not the ablest of them at that.

Much more Frappato than Nero D’Avola; this is basically an expensive rosé, and not the ablest of them at that.

8.2

Location

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

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

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