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Petit Verdot

Is one of the Bordeaux’s classic black grape varieties, no longer planted in any great  quantity but enjoying  a small revival in some quality-conscious  vineyard. The vine ripe even later than Cabernet Sauvignon and is equal resistant to rot . It shares Cabernet Sauvignon ‘ s thick skins and also capable of yielding concentrated, tannic Wines rich in colour.  When  it ripens  fully , age worthy, sometimes rather spicy Wines can make a valuable contribution.


Food matches for Petit Verdot include:

  • Asturian bean stew (fabada)
  • Deep-fried pork on rice (katsudon)
  • Lentil soup with smoked ham hock