Paolo Bea Rosso de Véo Umbria Rosso Sagrantino 2005

9.119 ratings on Delectable
$49.95

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Ratings on Delectable

David McCarus Delectable Pro

Founder McCarus Beverage Company

Bit reductive but opened brightly

Bit reductive but opened brightly

8.8

Christopher Losa Delectable Pro

Owner/Wine Director Bar Bambino

After a killer 05 Pagliaro a couple of weeks ago, I had high expectations of this wine. Kinda thin and acidic. Maybe still needs a couple of years to come back around?

After a killer 05 Pagliaro a couple of weeks ago, I had high expectations of this wine. Kinda thin and acidic. Maybe still needs a couple of years to come back around?

8.2

Charles Schneider Delectable Pro

Spicy, elegant, refined. Arresting personality. This wine has so much to say if you're willing to listen!

Spicy, elegant, refined. Arresting personality. This wine has so much to say if you're willing to listen!

9.4

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Sagrantino has loads of tannins but Paolo Bea still finds a way to not let it comprise its elegance.

Sagrantino has loads of tannins but Paolo Bea still finds a way to not let it comprise its elegance.

Mary Anne Madonia

Like chewing on the best Bruno cucinelli shoe ever. So big. Leather. Cherries. Still going to be amazing in 5 and 10 years thanks @Jenn Blachford. Brilliant review! @Steven Wood

Like chewing on the best Bruno cucinelli shoe ever. So big. Leather. Cherries. Still going to be amazing in 5 and 10 years thanks @Jenn Blachford. Brilliant review! @Steven Wood

9.5

Shafiq Perry

Very good, but not great. Wanted to like this guy more but the balance just wasn't there.

Very good, but not great. Wanted to like this guy more but the balance just wasn't there.

8.9

Scott Hoffman

Wine of the year so far.

Wine of the year so far.

9.3

Kit H

Roses, raisins and other fine things. Tannic. I opened this 4 hours prior to slow-ox (Audoze method). It was all acidity in a big glass. Tried it in a smaller one, and that helped. It seemed to be improving with air, so I decanted. It was a good move.

Roses, raisins and other fine things. Tannic. I opened this 4 hours prior to slow-ox (Audoze method). It was all acidity in a big glass. Tried it in a smaller one, and that helped. It seemed to be improving with air, so I decanted. It was a good move.

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