Bordeaux growers in France may find its late ripening tendencies to be a challenge, but the Petit Verdot grape has found a home in a few New World regions like the Okanagan, where it allows for a rich, dark wine that shows off a dense, inky violet appearance, hinting at the qualities to follow – ripe, rich aromas of plum and blackberry, solid tannin structure, and a full bodied palate showing off black currants, spices and hints of tobacco on the finish. The depth of flavours and textures is ideal for rich, hearty dishes.
Okanagan Valley VQA
Grapes: Petit Verdot 100%
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