J. Palacios Petalos

By / Wine + Drinks / January 20th, 2010 / 1

The poorly known Bierzo appellation is located in the northwest of Spain, on the pilgrims’ path to Santiago de Compostela. The wine is dark purple, aromatic, with black berries, fruit stones and spicy pepper, moderately oaky. Clean sappy fruit flavours, tight and full mid palate, slightly coarse tannins, deliciously concentrated in the long finish. It will keep up to 5 years easily. To be discovered !


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