Abadía Retuerta produces this Abadía Retuerta Petit Verdot , a red wine from the region of VT Castilla y León of the best of petit verdot grapes. The Abadía Retuerta Petit Verdot is the ideal red to combine with hard cheese and cheese. Drinks&Co users reviewed this red wine with 4 of 5 points.
“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 c”
“Attractive and intense black cherry color. Aromas with hints of currants and blueberries, licorice stick, caramel and black chocolate. The palate is broad and shows their direct and austere, typical of this variety, which portends a bestial tannins aging potential. A long wine, which seems endless, Petit Verdot one with finesse, almost perfect.”
“TASTING NOTES OF 2006 Abadia Retuerta Pago Pv Petit Verdot:
- View: intense and velvety vermilion sight.
- Nose: elegant, fine and subtle nose, hints of mocha.
- Mouth: attack with softness and smoothness of Beluga grain.
APPELLATION: Ribera del Duero.
VINEYARD: Abadía Retuerta
GRAPES: Petit Verdot.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13.5%”
“A good wine to enjoy with good friends.
Red ruby colour with reddish brown tinges. Good coffee aromas. This red is a bit acidic. It depends on your taste.
We had it while we waited for the meal, with appetizers.”
“Abadía Retuerta Petit Verdot 2004 is a red wine V.T. Castilla y León developed based Petir Verdot. Normally used in small proportions to provide nerve to other varieties, Abbey Retuerta has taken advantage of the full potential of this grape to create a unique and very original varietal wine. The powerful sun Castilla, a particular terroir with predominantly sandy soil and 19 months of rest in oak grant a character exquisitoNota 2004 Abadía Retuerta Petit Verdot Abadía Retuerta Petit Verdot tasting is intense and velvety vermilion nose is fine, elegant and subtle, with hints of mocha.”
“Intense ruby tone. When you smell it you can note aromas such as licorice, violet, .... Caramel flavour.
The Abadía Retuerta Petit Verdot pairs perfectly with meat.
I went with work colleagues to Abadía Retuerta and we taste it there.”
- Captivating black pillory.
- Nose surprisingly lush earthy background mineral.
- ripe cherries and plums, blend with subtle notes reminiscent of black tea leaves, pepper, bitter cocoa and incense.
- An olfactory show.
- Concentrate your attack is tasty and sweet, passing on fresh and delicate mouth with a creamy and enveloping aftertaste.
- Stylish, thin, seductive.”