Pirramimma McLaren Vale Petit Verdot 2015
Been invited to a friends for a BBQ and not sure what wine to take ? Then pick up a bottle of Petit Verdot – its sure to impress !
Researched for eleven years before the release of the first vintage in 1994, the Pirramimma Petit Verdot vineyard was the first and is now the largest in Australia.
Pirramimma Petit Verdot has won 28 show medals and has the enviable reputation of being the best Petit Verdot in Australia. Swiss wine critic René Gabriel asks:
“Is there any better Petit Verdot in the world?”
“Pirramimma has long been a benchmark for varietal verdot.” Tim White Oct 2003
100 Best Australian Wines 2005
selected by Mathew Jukes, U.K
Taste: The wine has a lifted bouquet of Kirsch cherries, violets, boysenberry and cedary oak. With the palate exhibiting spicy blackberry, musk, tangy morello cherry and Santa Rosa plum, complemented by hints of blueberry and Kalamata olive. The fine grain textured tannins, subtle oak and savoury varietal flavours are beautifully integrated in a long sustained finish.
Food Match: Barbeque and rich meats
Gold Medal awc Vienna 2017 International Wine Challenge