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Ma Roat Superiore Valpolicella Ripasso Corvina Blend

Really nice. Dark fruit/berries, tobacco, chocolate, anise. A steal at $15 — 5 years ago

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Valpolicella Ripasso Brolo Delle Giare 2009

Very well structured on the palate. Alcohol a bit too present on the nose. Almost has the nose of bourbon! Dark fruit, sweet tobacco, touch of cocoa, baking spices on the finish. Soft integrated tannins. Feels cozy. Went great with pasta and spicy pork sausage with a red vodka sauce. — 7 years ago

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Valpantena Amarone della Valpolicella Corvina Blend 2013

6/2021. Dark purple, bold and full of flavor. Very nice on the palate. — a year ago

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Campo di Majoli Red Blend

Mustigt och trivsamt, perfekt höstvin. — 6 years ago

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Ma Roat Valpolicella Ripasso Corvina Blend

Very nice kind of sweet but not really. Very smooth, very fruity. — 6 years ago

Eric Mckenzie
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Meg Santanna

Meg Santanna

Wow so awesome! Have a wonderful time! (Sidenote: there are places called Gaucho there -Argentinian steakhouses - very very good food, and good vibe. And of course they have Nobu!)
Sharon B

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Sounds delicious I will have to find one!! Thanks!
Eric Mckenzie

Eric Mckenzie

Amazing small producer from Thierry Bardeau.
9.3

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Amarone della Valpolicella Corvina Blend 2012

My girlfriends fav. and I absolutly agree; this wine is full of flavour, it changes from good to amazing. Dried fruits like raisins, figs, and dates. Never too sweet, and with hints of oak, tiny tobacco, liqorice. It evolves in the mouth, and lasts long. — 4 years ago

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Brolo del Giare Amarone della Valpolicella Riserva Corvina Blend

S Butterfield
9.2

Super concentrated. Thick intense opening. Very boozy and yet once it opens the wine reveals a new dimension, more licorice and sweet raisin, some earthy dusty nuances. Retains a balance through its spicy finish. — 6 years ago

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Ripasso Valpolicella Superiore Corvina Blend

A really great wine. If you pore it in a decanter and let it breathe, it will turn from a really great wine to a superb wine — 6 years ago