Caduceus Cellars

Nagual de la Naga SuperTuscan Blend

9.121 ratings
9.33 pro ratings
Arizona, USA
Super Tuscan Blend
Top Notes For
Corey Zamora, CSW

Has the Orange/brick color of Sangiovese. It's ok. Black fruit.

Has the Orange/brick color of Sangiovese. It's ok. Black fruit.

1 person found it helpfulJul 26th, 2015
Matthew Kaner

Owner/Wine Director Bar Covell

10

my dinner company made this wine.

my dinner company made this wine.

Oct 25th, 2014
Nicole Schilling

Little aftertaste. Probably needed more time to breathe.

Little aftertaste. Probably needed more time to breathe.

Jan 25th, 2018
Casey Stringer

Just okay. Light bodied Sangio blend. Put on weight with air. I drank with my brother who is a big Tool fan, so he really dug it. The more I think about it I think it is cool too.

Just okay. Light bodied Sangio blend. Put on weight with air. I drank with my brother who is a big Tool fan, so he really dug it. The more I think about it I think it is cool too.

Aug 4th, 2016
Richard McGowan

Thanks Steve! Not too bad not sure it's worth the price tag but it was tasty

Thanks Steve! Not too bad not sure it's worth the price tag but it was tasty

Dec 25th, 2015
Steve Raymond

Happy Birthday, Maynard! \m/ absolutely delicious!

Happy Birthday, Maynard! \m/ absolutely delicious!

Apr 18th, 2015
Christopher Duncan

Lots of spice and the perfect (second) bottle of wine from caduceus in the midst of getting a foot of snow

Lots of spice and the perfect (second) bottle of wine from caduceus in the midst of getting a foot of snow

Mar 5th, 2015
Delectable Featured Wine

Says @Jon Bonné:
Rebel cred is easy here: Caduceus'
@MJ Keenan is known to anyone who survived the '90s as the lead singer of Tool. But his work in the mountains of Arizona is equally rad -- planting vineyards and experimenting with a panoply of grapes. Winemaking might be Keenan's favorite creative outlet, and his wines would be considered offbeat even in California. To make them in the desert Southwest is nothing short of radical.

The Nagual de la Naga is Keenan's take on a Super Tuscan -- part Sangiovese, part Cabernet, and often the most nuanced of his wines. That balsam note of Sangiovese stands forward, although there's ample oak and ripe, lavish fruit, too. It seems downright fashionable, until you remember its origins: Graham County, due east of Phoenix and far afield even from many Arizona vineyards.

#americanrebels

Says @Jon Bonné:
Rebel cred is easy here: Caduceus'
@MJ Keenan is known to anyone who survived the '90s as the lead singer of Tool. But his work in the mountains of Arizona is equally rad -- planting vineyards and experimenting with a panoply of grapes. Winemaking might be Keenan's favorite creative outlet, and his wines would be considered offbeat even in California. To make them in the desert Southwest is nothing short of radical.

The Nagual de la Naga is Keenan's take on a Super Tuscan -- part Sangiovese, part Cabernet, and often the most nuanced of his wines. That balsam note of Sangiovese stands forward, although there's ample oak and ripe, lavish fruit, too. It seems downright fashionable, until you remember its origins: Graham County, due east of Phoenix and far afield even from many Arizona vineyards.

#americanrebels

Jun 30th, 2015
Bryan Burcham

Bryan had this 3 years ago

Bryan had this 3 years ago

Nov 11th, 2016
Mark Moon

Mark had this 4 years ago

Mark had this 4 years ago

Mar 27th, 2016