Paolo Bea

+39 (0) 742 378128 Localita' Cerrete n. 8 – 06036 MONTEFALCO (PG)
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As a child, I learned this craft from my father. Our history and tradition is the source of our knowledge and inspiration. Today, my family is here with me, all working together. Our roots in Montefalco trace back to the 1500's, as documents in the village archives attest to. Through passion sustained and encouraged by my sons, Giuseppe and Giampiero, and also by the irreplaceable presence of Marina, my wife and mother of my children, our family has come to appreciate each other in more profound ways, each day relishing the fruits of our labor at our table. With each passing year, I better understand our land, respecting and caring for it... and at the end of each year extract from it a wine which is totally unique, continually developing, improving, and sustaining our health. With an ever growing conviction, we practice, discover, and appreciate natural winemaking methods that exclude the use of chemicals in the vineyard and artificial stabilizing techniques in the winery. Each season is a new discovery Read more »

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  • Sangiovese

    Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...

  • Trebbiano

    History of the grape: Trebbiano is one of the world’s most widely planted white grape varietals, not only for wines, ...

  • Grechetto

  • Ugni Blanc

    Because so many Italian varieties are known as Trebbiano, its history is unclear. It may be named after the river Tre...

  • Sauvignon

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  • Paolo Bea Montefalco Sagrantino 2003


    The 2003 Paolo Bea, Sagrantino di Montefalco showed a gorgeous deep red crimson color in the glass. As I poured an aroma of candied cherry filed the air. With a little time in the glass the rich fruit transformed into a Burgundian expression red fruit with earth and clay. Dusty dried flowers filled out the bouquet and as a few taster notes, hint... Read More

    Wine review by Eric Guido

  • Paolo Bea San Valentino-Organic 2006


    The nose showed pure cranberry juice, dusty potpourri and herbs. On the palate I found sour raspberry, minerals and sour patch candies. The finish showed a mouth puckering red fruit. This bottle could use a little more time but as always, is highly enjoyable to a lover of Italian wine. Read More

    Wine review by Eric Guido

  • Paolo Bea Rosso Umbria Valentino 2007


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  • Paolo Bea Santa Chiara Umbria Bianco Bottle 2009


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  • Paolo Bea Red Blend Umbria IGT Rosso de Véo 2005


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    Wine review by mediaslave

  • I opened this less than an hour ago but it has to be one of the most acidic reds I've ever had.  I've been experiencing some sinus issues this week so am trying to determine whether it's me or the wine or if it needs some expsoure to air.  So far am just getting red fruit, the effects of some time in wood and lots of acid.  Would appreciate some... Read More

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  • Paolo Bea Sangiovese Blend Umbria IGT San Valentino 2006


    We recently had this wine with a fantastic dinner at Spadaro Ristorante in New Rochelle, NY. Wonderful! Read More

    Wine review by timbreese

  • Paolo Bea Arboreus Umbria IGT 2004


    This wine showed an amber color in the glass. The nose was restrained but showed light aromas of lemon, pear, slate and lavender. On the palate, I found it to be balanced toward acidity with lemon drop, minerals and honey and a slight flavor of grapefruit. The finish was fresh with a hint of citrus. I feel as if I caught this bottle on its downh... Read More

    Wine review by Eric Guido

  • If you’re like me, you find yourself on the road and searching for a ... the 2007 Santa Chiara from Paolo Bea for $85, and the 2008 Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Rosso for $48 at La Griglia are pretty darn enticing.Legal Seafood Here's my favorite corporate restaurant program, hands down: Legal Seafoods. How can you not like well-prepared seaf... Read More

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  • *If you have zero interest in reading about a Brooklyn Wine Shop then feel free ... ... including a monument to Paolo Bea which showcases every friggin’ wine the domaine makes- check.The store itself is shaped like a railroad apartment, draped in exposed brick and slick lighting. The bottles are stacked on opposing sides, cut by a 12 dollar an... Read More

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