Pétrus 1955
Bottle (75cl)

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  • Level : Very Top Shoulder (VTS)
  • Label : Very Damaged
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About Pétrus 1955
Bottle (75cl)

Made from 100% Merlot blends harvested in the heart of the Pomerol AOC, the 1955 Petrus is dressed in a beautiful deep ruby red colour with orange highlights.

This wonderful 1955 vintage offers a bouquet full of red berry scents, dried flowers and warm, sweet spices.
On the palate, Petrus 1955 offers a sweet and ample attack. The mid-palate is superbly complex and reveals aromas of ripe red and black berries, fresh mushrooms, white truffles, cocoa and a subtle touch of mocha. Petrus 1955 possesses a silky, full mouthfeel thanks to abundant and finely worked tannins that line the cheeks and tongue, until the finish, which proves to be long and persistent.

Another marvellous wine from Petrus!

Food and wine pairing

Beef - Veal - Duck - Lamb - Poultry

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