Ellen Landing 1999 Petit Verdot (Riverland)

This is, perhaps, one of the strangest wines I have ever tasted. The aromas are of the sea—brine and seaweed—over a smidge of blackberry fruit. Ditto the palate. Medium-bodied, not too tannic, and ends with a black peppery note that evens out once the wine sits for a few minutes. Bizarre.

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  • Alcohol
    13%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Importer
    Davies & Co
  • Date Published
    9/1/2001
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