PETRUS 1986
PETRUS 1986
PETRUS 1986
PETRUS 1986
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PETRUS 1986
PETRUS 1986
PETRUS 1986
PETRUS 1986
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1986 PETRUS 1986

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92 / 100
SoDivin
(122006) Tasted with the family for a birthday. Dark color. Very aromatic nose with a lot of smokiness. Very smooth, full, this wine is not very strong but subtle and well balanced. A long finish. It got better with time. The end of the bottle is really excellent and reinforced the good rating.
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92 / 100
Wine Spectator June - 2001
Wine Spectator
Dark red, with an amber edge. Aromas of chocolate, stewed berries, Merlot and raisins. Full-bodied, velvety and rich. Lovely palate. Delicious now, but will hold on. An autumnal wine.
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5 / 5
Michael Broadbent April - 2000
Michael Broadbent
Very impressive: crisp ruby; sweet nose, opening up beatifully; very sweet, rich, full-bodied, caramel flavour and aftertaste. Long life.
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Region Bordeaux
Appellation Pomerol
Colour Red
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Château Petrus
Petrus
Petrus

The Petrus estate derives its name from a village called "Petrus". Its history is recent and yet this wine is already a legend. Throughout the nineteenth century the area belonged to the Arnaud family. In 1925, a woman from the Libourne region, Ms. Loubat, takes shares in the property. Twenty years later she is the sole owner. Understanding that the wines of the Medoc sell for more than wines of Pomerol, in particular her wines, she did everything she could to take advantage of such a promising terroir.  In a few decades the myth was born. In 1961, Mrs Lacoste and Mr. Lignac, niece and nephew of Mrs. Loubat  inherit the estate.The vineyard is based on the highest hill of the designation, culminating at an altitude of 40 meters. The soil consists mainly of clay which  is well suited to Merlot which constitutes 95% of the plantings. The 12 hectares are the subject of constant work and a constant obsession with détail.  It is thought that Pétrus is more accessible to tasting than  some of its illustrious colleagues..