Pétrus 1972
Bottle (75cl)

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  • Level : Base of Neck (BN)
  • Label : Slightly dirty
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About Pétrus 1972
Bottle (75cl)

Produced from a 100% Merlot blend, the 1972 vintage of the most famous Pomerol appellation wine is still on top.

The 1972 vintage is reputed to have been a difficult one. Many great estates failed to produce proper wine that year. And yet Petrus succeeds a small tour de force by producing a wine worthy of its illustrious name!

After more than 40 years in the bottle, Petrus 1972 has kept all its purity.
Dressed in a purple colour, slightly tinged with orange on the edges, Petrus 1972 distils aromas of ripe red fruit and hints of black olives. Still powerful and full-bodied, it offers abundant tannins and acidity that seems to have retained its youth.

This great wine is ready to be enjoyed now!

Food and wine pairing

Beef - Veal - Duck - Lamb - Poultry

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