Monchiero Carbone

Carbone

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Good. You’ve probably had something like it. Day 2 update- bumped to 9.4 as the earth and minerals came out. Nice second label wine- great for the scratch. — 22 days ago

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Monchiero

Langhe DOC Arneis 2018

Pear, red apple skin aromas, darker fruit notes on palate with nuttiness but bright acidity and a touch of oxidization or brinyness? — 3 years ago

Marchesi di Barolo

Ruvei Barbera d'Alba 2016

lovely find. notes of chocolate, dark berries and charcoal. this Barbera is a little different from the previous ones I had. It’s got full body, dark colour and long lasting in the palate. I recommend it. bella scoperta. note di cioccolato, bacche scure e carbone. questa Barbera è un po 'diversa dalle precedenti che avevo. Ha corpo pieno, colore scuro e lunga durata al palato. Lo consiglio. — 3 years ago

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Stephen Pierron

Stephen Pierron

@Luciano Silva my favorite Italian wine!! Barbera!
Luciano Silva

Luciano Silva

It is lovely and like the one from D’alba. This one is a D’asti 85% barbera though while the one from D’alba can have sometimes a little more mix percentage.

G.D. Vajra

Bricco delle Viole Barolo Nebbiolo 2017

Stu
9.4

Vino Carbone Dallas Texas — 3 months ago

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Domaine Labranche-Laffont

Madiran Tannat Blend 2016

2nd bottle and still so much pleasure. The well-worked Tannat grape brings notes of black plums; a mineral touch reminiscent of carbon or chemical smoke (not unpleasant), completed with a gourmet chocolate side, and notes reminiscent of pine or cedar sap or eucalyptus. The palate is supple and round with a lot of volume. The wine can still age for several years if we judge by the aromatic density. The tertiary woody touches are well melted, this is a good beefy and greedy bottle which will go as well with a chocolate desert as with a duck breast. Sweet and sour cooking will also go very well.

2eme bouteille et toujours autant de plaisir. Le cépage Tannat délivre des notes originales de prunes noires; une touche minérale rappelant le carbone, la fumée chimique (pas désagréable), complété d’un côté chocolaté gourmand, et des notes évoquant la sève de pin ou cèdre ou l’eucalyptus. La bouche est souple et ronde avec beaucoup de volume. Le vin pourra encore vieillir plusieurs années si on en juge par la densité aromatique. Les touches tertiaires boisées sont bien fondues. Un vin costaud et gourmand, qui ira aussi bien sur un désert chocolaté qu’un magret de canard. la cuisine sucrée/salée ou aigre doux ira très bien également.
— 2 years ago

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Mario Vaillancourt

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Très belle description, est-ce que vous l’avez carafé quelques heures? @Romain Fitoussi
Romain Fitoussi

Romain Fitoussi

@Mario Vaillancourt j’ai utilisé un décanteur pour accélérer le processus. C’est assurément un vin qui gagne à être carafé oui

Valtiglione

Barbaresco Nebbiolo 2015

Delightful. Forgot how good barbaresco could be. Queen matched well with rigatoni @ Carbone — 3 years ago

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Gianni Brunelli

Rosso di Montalcino Sangiovese 2019

Pleasantly surprised at Carbone — 7 months ago

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Tua Rita

Redigaffi Rosso Toscana Merlot 2008

Carbone w/ Jamie & Evan - April 11, 2020 — 2 years ago

Domaine Andrée

Carbone Anjou Cabernet Franc 2014

Robe rubis à pivoine
Nez frais précis framboise et fruit rouge petite pointe épicée
Bouche ample mais fraîche avec des note de fruit rouge et de cuir finale fraîche
— 3 years ago

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Produttori del Barbaresco

Riserva Muncagota Barbaresco Nebbiolo 2013

Excellent wine, had at Carbone — 3 years ago

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