Azienda Agricola Terenzuola

Toscano Vermentino Nero

8.931 ratings
9.26 pro ratings
Tuscany, Italy
Vermentino Nero
Top Notes For
Anthony Correro

2014 vintage. Such a great wine. Plum, dark cherry, and roses on the nose. Cherry soda and blood orange on the tongue.

2014 vintage. Such a great wine. Plum, dark cherry, and roses on the nose. Cherry soda and blood orange on the tongue.

1 person found it helpfulApr 29th, 2016
Steve Martel

Tart cherry; dry; spicey

Tart cherry; dry; spicey

1 person found it helpfulApr 23rd, 2016
Alex Hill

Bright red berries, herbs and spice.

Bright red berries, herbs and spice.

1 person found it helpfulMar 8th, 2016
boyd pearson

New grape for me. Light on its feet, herbal and cherry. Good stuff. #pizzasunday

New grape for me. Light on its feet, herbal and cherry. Good stuff. #pizzasunday

Mar 6th, 2017
Scott Frank

Prufrock City!

Prufrock City!

Apr 10th, 2014
Peter James

Thanks Domestique Wines - super fruit forward, 0 tanin, medium body

Thanks Domestique Wines - super fruit forward, 0 tanin, medium body

Mar 20th, 2019
Jared Smith

Interesting red Vermentino. 12.5% and easy to drink. Opened up with food and time. Couldn't see the color.

Interesting red Vermentino. 12.5% and easy to drink. Opened up with food and time. Couldn't see the color.

Nov 2nd, 2018
Christina Koutoudis

Awesome find. Herbal, light earthiness, cherry, smooth, and soft tannins.

Awesome find. Herbal, light earthiness, cherry, smooth, and soft tannins.

Apr 29th, 2017
Chris DeBarr

Superb oddball grown along the northernmost reaches of the Tuscan coast. Opens with bright acidity like wild raspberries & bing cherries, but as this Vermentino Nero catches air, plums, a kiss of figs, and savory herbs emerge with very fine & mellow tannins. Worth hunting down!

Superb oddball grown along the northernmost reaches of the Tuscan coast. Opens with bright acidity like wild raspberries & bing cherries, but as this Vermentino Nero catches air, plums, a kiss of figs, and savory herbs emerge with very fine & mellow tannins. Worth hunting down!

Dec 5th, 2016
Sara Christoph

Light berry, wet stone, ash

Light berry, wet stone, ash

Nov 20th, 2016