Average Price of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD: $25
Petit Verdot is a minor player in the big business of red Bordeaux Blend wines. The grape variety is named after its petite, intensely colored berries (typically used in minute proportions to add depth of color to blended red wines) and Verdot, meaning green, in reference to its propensity to under-ripeness. Relatively few varietal Petit Verdot wines are produced worldwide, but the numbers are slowly increasing in areas of Spain, Italy, Australia, and North and South America.
In the 1960s, ... more
The Uco Valley is a key wine-growing region of Argentina. Although considered part of the Mendoza region, it can be recognized in its own right on several counts. Not only is the vine-growing area quite distinct; the Uco Valley is also home to several of Argentina's top producers. Attracted by the excellent climate and soil quality, newcomers with historic Bordeaux-based names such as Lurton, Dassault, Rothschild and Rolland have given Uco Valley a firm place on the international wine map. The vineyards of Vista Flores have produced some particularly successful wines.... more
Mendoza is by far the largest wine region in Argentina, responsible for roughly 70% of the country's annual wine production.
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