Nice wine for a nice steak...will definitely have again. Fruity and mild...nice finish...smooth. — 9 days ago
Bought on wine tour Sept20.
Full bodied and tasty. — 2 months ago
Delightful — 3 months ago
Nearly perfect pale ale. So fresh, with fruit and pine. Classic — a month ago
Deep gold color. Motor oil weight in the glass. Happy to find the nose has some interesting notes and doesn’t signal the wine is too advanced. Candied apricot. Kiwi fruit, apple slices, pebble stones, sweet lemon. Good structure. Great finish. Maybe just a hint oxidized but overall a great old white burg experience. — 2 months ago
From DC Canter; had 2018 on 8/16/20. Tenuta Delle terre nere 2018. From Barracks Row 8/15/30 $26. Light bright thin red. Exquisite perfume — roses; cherry. Broad smooth tannins. — 3 months ago
The approach here is one of minimal intervention: indigenous yeasts, no fining or filtering. No insecticides are used and only organic fertilizers are used, and only minimally. Natural cover crops (grass cover) are left in the rows between the vines and are mowed 2 or 3 times a year. In autumn the soil of every other row between the vines is tilled. Each of their four cru Barbarescos are given the same treatment to allow the uniqueness of each cru to express itself. Fermentation is done in oak, of which about 30% is new, followed by 18-20 months in neutral barriques. Peppery and herbal with an excellent blend of cranberry and dark fruit. Rather inviting for a young Nebbiolo, with a tannic kick but not so much it rips your face off. Well worth the money. — 2 days ago
Blackberry, honey notes, fruit finish — 3 months ago
This is good. I’ve had an unfortunate run with Beaujolais recently, four bottles in a row that were either muddled and overripe or overwhelmed with goût de souris. Needed to open this to remind myself.
Pink and purple flowers, black licorice, delicate pepper atop bright purple fruit. Very pure if a little ripe, the acid melds well into the spicy and subtly structured palate. — 3 months ago