Tasca D'Almerita Tascante Ghiaia Nera Nerello Mascalese 2010

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Ratings on Delectable

Jeff Bramwell Delectable Pro

Red fruit, volcanic minerality, light to medium bodied, fresh acidity, clean fruit-driven finish.

Red fruit, volcanic minerality, light to medium bodied, fresh acidity, clean fruit-driven finish.

9.0

Jason Rzutkiewicz Delectable Pro

Wine Blogger Jason's Wine Blog

Nerello time. Bright red berry fruit, herbal notes and expected firm mineral structure. Perhaps from newer vines. Hits all the notes but doesn't have the depth I find in my faves...

Nerello time. Bright red berry fruit, herbal notes and expected firm mineral structure. Perhaps from newer vines. Hits all the notes but doesn't have the depth I find in my faves...

8.5

Donald Patz Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Patz & Hall

TEXSOM 2013 - Etna taste

TEXSOM 2013 - Etna taste

8.6

Jeff Gassman

It's rather light. Almost like a Pinot, but it has backbone. Don't overpower this with sauce, I'm thinking a nice mushroom risotto. :)

It's rather light. Almost like a Pinot, but it has backbone. Don't overpower this with sauce, I'm thinking a nice mushroom risotto. :)

8.7

Angelo Casagrande

Soft, balanced, leather, cherry, a little smoky quality. Looks light and past its prime, but it is definitely not! Wish I had another.

Soft, balanced, leather, cherry, a little smoky quality. Looks light and past its prime, but it is definitely not! Wish I had another.

8.9

Jill Kathryn Davis

Love nerello mascalese. Cherry - black & red, tea & slight dirt/iron. Good acid. Slovenian oak provides some clove spice and med tannic profile.

Love nerello mascalese. Cherry - black & red, tea & slight dirt/iron. Good acid. Slovenian oak provides some clove spice and med tannic profile.

8.3

Brad Carr

Very good red

Very good red

8.9

Carson Pierpont

Interesting. Reminds me in ways of both Pinot and Nebbiolo, yet the the mineral is distinct. There may be little empirical scientific evidence that supports minerality in wine, but I taste volcano!!!!

Interesting. Reminds me in ways of both Pinot and Nebbiolo, yet the the mineral is distinct. There may be little empirical scientific evidence that supports minerality in wine, but I taste volcano!!!!

8.7

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