Sunday, April 29, 2012

McIvor Petit Verdot

It is not often that Petit Verdot is bottled separately as a varietal wine. This 2004 McIvor Petit Verdot is from Heathcote. It displays the typical inky, deep purple colour. The palate is dominated by plum and blackberry flavours. This is quite a full bodied wine with a big mouthfeel, yet it is elegant at the same time. It is a pleasant wine, with underlying soft tannins. It certainly justifies a separate bottling. The only drawback is its plump finish.
 
Score: 92/+

1 comment:

Miles Lazic said...

One of the best petit Verdots I have tried is Pirramimma Petit Verdot 2011 in particular.

here is a link
http://www.emptyglass.com.au/pirramimma-white-label-petit-verdot-2012-mclaren-vale-sa.html