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WSJwineCorsiero Nero 2011
Puglia's treasured Nero di Troia grape is steeped in legend. From the super-talented Mario Ercolino, this deep, dark NEW red is full of southern warmth. A winner (Berliner Wein Trophy) with rich pasta dishes or mature cheeses.
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Rating Snapshot(312 reviews)
288 out of 312(92%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
panned the 2013 vintage and recieved this the 2014 with the southern Italian reds. Sorry to say more of the same, sour tasting with a bitter finish. I sincerely hope WSJwine will save its money in the future and stop sending me this wine
Response from WSJwine:By Fred, Customer Service, January 28, 2016
Very sorry for the disappointment. If you haven't already been refunded we'll be in touch soon to take care of it, and will make sure this wine doesn't feature in any of your future wine club cases.
VERY HARSH, SOUR TASTING. BURNED LIKE RUBBING ALCOHOL
Response from WSJwine:By Brittany, Customer Service, January 14, 2016
Very sorry for the disappointment. We'll be in touch soon to sort out a refund and will make sure this wine doesn't feature in any of your future wine club cases. To help us serve you better, we'd love to know a little more about the kinds of wine you like (and dislike). It'll take just a minute and will enable us to tailor cases to your tastes and recommend bottles that are just right for you. Simply log in to your online account, select Wine Preferences under 'My Wine Cellar' and away you go.
What a hit at a dinner party! Fascinating Italian grape that I tasted for the first time. Earthy-spicy nose like a Super Tuscan with laid back fruit. Rich, velvety mouthfeel with medium tannins. It's really hard to describe the unique flavor of this wine - highly recommended.
This wine is fine, but nothing special. It took me 2 bottles to decide where I stand on it and even after that the best I can describe it as is - whatever. I'd drink it, but wouldn't seek it out. I've had much better Italian wines.