PV Petit Verdot, Abadia Retuerta 2012, Castilla y Léon, Spain
Castilla y Léon
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Petit Verdot is a native Bordeaux variety which has found the perfect home in Abadia Retuerta's low yielding vineyards in Sardon de Duero. This sublime expression of the variety has an intense dark cherry hue and a rich, sweet nose of blueberry, liquorice, toffee and dark chocolate. The full bodied palate has concentrated flavours of blackcurrant, mocha and smooth tobacco, while the sleek, satin tannins of this brilliant 2011 vintage provide a structure that will see this lasting the distance if cellared.
Castilla y Léon
Medium to Full Bodied - Red, Richly Textured and Full-Bodied
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