The Terre di Giurfo 2013 Belsito Frappato (Vittoria) wine is of the Frappato variety from Italy, produced within the Belsito vineyard in the Sicily & Sardinia province. The cost is $16. This wine has a score of 89/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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An unusual blend of 70 Cabernet Sauvignon, 10 Sangiovese and 10 Cabernet Franc, this is a warm, ripe wine, packed with black currants, dark chocolate and mocha. The acidity is fresh and chewy, the tannins rich and soft.
This is a ripe, full-bodied wine that is already delicious with its ripe red fruits and tangy acidity. The acidity, which gently cuts through the dry wine to give it a fresh aftertaste.
This is a ripe, delicious wine that has a generous structure of red fruits highlighted by acidity. It has a crisp aftertaste, with black currant and a ripe, smooth aftertaste. It’s already delicious, but it needs to age, so drink from 2018.
This opens with aromas of black cherry and charred earth, before revealing a touch of smoke and vanilla. The vibrant palate shows black cherry, smoke, vanilla and star anise alongside round tannins.
This is a ripe, fruity wine that is still young. It has just the right balance between acidity and ripe red-currant fruits. The acidity is fresh and bright. Drink from 2018.
This is a beautifully dressed, full-bodied Pinot Noir with a lingering, lingering finish. It has a slickness, like a dollop of creamy vanilla. At the end, it’s so full of lovely fruit flavors. It’s an expression of the Napa Valley’s classic style.
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