The Cantina Terlano 2013 Pinot Nero (Alto Adige) wine is of the Pinot Nero variety from Italy, produced within the nan vineyard in the Northeastern Italy province. The cost is $26. This wine has a score of 88/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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The funky nose of this bottling is the most intriguing aspect here. It’s a bit degraded, like an old wine that needs time to soften. In the bottle, it’s a little rough and rubbery, with a touch of bitter almond. It’s not likely to improve with age, so drink up.
This is a tight, spicy wine, full of soft, smooth fruit flavors. It is a wine for aging. Drink from 2018.
This wine is a blend of 70 Merlot, 15 Cabernet Sauvignon and 10 Cabernet Franc, showing great complexity and impact. The wine is smooth, rich, firm and tight with the acidity to go with the fruit. Drink from 2018.
There is a minerality to this wine that is balanced by the black fruits and acidity. It is a wine that is ready to drink.
The nose is more reserved than the palate, with a delicate fruit note of rose petal. The palate is a mix of tangy lemon and lime, while the finish is a little lean.
The original Brose de Marche is the best bottling from Groux, and this is a tough one. It’s a wild, wild, wild wine, and one to watch. This is a big, gaudy, brawny wine, like a big, ripe, black-skinned black-skinned bear. There’s an intense richness, with a touch of spice. It’s a wine that needs time. It’s a wine for aging.
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