Color : White
Wine estate : Antinori
Designation : Umbria
Name : Castello della Sala : Cervaro della Sala
Country : Italy
Vivino : 4.5/5
Note : Of very high quality, this wine is rich in flavor and discovery. A yellow robe with a nose full of aromas. The dry fruit, almond and spice notes are very good. In the mouth, a freshness and length. Delicious !
De très haute qualité, ce vin est riche en saveur et en découverte. Une robe jaune avec un nez plein d’arômes. On sent très bien le fruit sec, l’amande et des notes d’épices. En bouche, une fraîcheur et longueur. Délicieux !
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Rich dark purple, inky, the smell is unique to anything I’ve smelt, but in amazing way, slightly sweet, almost hints of root beer, with licorice hints, rubbing alc (slight), nut brown ale, slight toffee, the wine has a full body with a ton of tannin, big wine! Dry too. The smell is much sweeter than the taste, I think the tannic is overwhelming but could be so in a good way, there nearly the sourness of charcoal and piney, the fruit is sort of crushed by the nose and tannin festival going on but not really a thing and more of an essence. Liked the Sangiovese better, this is tongue numbing! Literally! Update - totally softens the next day as expected with more jam probably 9.2. — 13 days ago
The Trebbiano in Paolo Bea’s Arboreus see extended skin contact and are joined in the vat by semi-dried grapes of the same variety. The finished wine is spectacular. Complex, deep, polished. Beautiful copper orange color with mile deep aromas of apricots, peach, orange, and vanilla bourbon. The texture is surreal and nonlinear. At first it’s dense and rich but then quickly slips into a medium tannic acidic body. Flavors of sweet honeyed orange, subtle notes of vanilla spice, and creme brûlée stick around for a long welcomed while.
Start this at cellar temp and drink slowly as it warms. Where so many orange wines are a novelty, this is an expertly assembled wine of purpose. — 12 days ago
I thought it was good. Hints of leather and dark cherry. Enjoyed it more with food. — 6 days ago
2006. I love Paolo Bea wines and had this one several years ago. It has aged well. Now brick red, the dark cherry flavors are still vibrant but the tannins are smooth and the acidity perfect for bruschetta and farmer's market tomatoes. Bottle 0786/14,100 — 8 days ago
Gorgeous florals and silky tannins. A perfect pair with a bee sting. — 3 days ago
Peppery, lemony, with a bit of funk and zest. — 6 days ago