2015 Petilia 450V Taurasi

2015 Petilia 450V Taurasi

2015 Petilia 450V Taurasi

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Petilia Azienda Agricola are a small bother (Roberto) and sister (Teresa) combo located in Campania, Italy. Together they currently cultivate Greco, Fiano, Aglianico and Falanghina on a small patch of land, roughly 20 hectares in total. They may be relatively unheard of but their wines pack a big punch.

Tasting Note:
A complex and enticing nose of red and black cherries, violets, prune, walnut, eucalyptus, vanilla, liquorice, coffee and light sweet spice. Wonderfully full-bodied with great structure on the palate and a layered texture with notes of blueberries, sweet and savoury spices, cocoa and coffee, and firm, ripe tannins that manage to create a very long and flavourful finish, that is actually quite wonderful.
Delicious. Tempting to drink now, but will continue to improve if you exercise restraint. 

This is a Dry, Full bodied wine with High acidity and High tannin. It is Medium+ in it's intensity with Medium alcohol and a Long finish.

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The Finer Details:

Grape Variety:










Oaked or Unoaked:

French & Slavonian Oak


Taurasi DOCG

Style (R/S):

Dry (<3g/l)

Aged Before Release:

Barriques & Tonneaux for Roughly 18/24 Months




Drink Now or Cellar 10+ Years