Siren’s Call Petit Verdot 2016

6 reviews
  • This is a ripe, muscular red, beginning with aromas of mulberry, blackberry and spicy plums.

    Full-bodied and with great fruit concentration, it tastes of black currants, plums, figs and spice with a hint of tobacco on the finish.

    Pairs beautifully with dishes such as spicy pork or pepper steak.



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4.5 Based on 6 Reviews
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SB
08/26/2020
Sandra B.
Canada Canada
I recommend this product
A Delight to Taste

This is a beautiful, rich & velvety wine - an absolute treasure to enjoy for a celebration or with a fine meal. Tops our list for favourite wine right now !

J
07/21/2020
Jessica .
Canada Canada
Superb

I was blown away by this wine. It’s one of the best petit verdot’s I’ve ever had! I sent one to my dad before I got a chance to try it and he phoned to tell me how impressed he was.

DJ
05/03/2020
Dave J.
Canada Canada
Petit Verdot 2015

It was a fluke that I saw the Siren's Call label Petit Verdot 2015 bottle on a liquor store shelf. Petit Verdot is a not a common grape to find in a bottle all by itself. Usually it is added to other wines to bring a spicy snap to the blend. On a couple of occasion's I found it alone in a bottle in California and once tasted it stays with you. So, I had to try. It was everything I hoped for, intense and delicious. I ordered six more three days later and then another six, but this time of the 2016 run, equally delicious and intense.

OW
12/06/2018
Obe W.
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Powerful chocolatey nose takes me back to BC. This siren's call is hard to resist. Heavily set at 14.9%, her heavenly and seductive rich dark fruit combined with a touch of mint and a pleasant acidity makes this an exquisite beverage. Love it.

DV
12/02/2018
Devon V.
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Starting to show some age with spicy salami, stewed strawberries, black currant, and some pepper ...black and hint of green, tannins still a little grippy, needs some meat

Half full or Half empty?

People who wonder if the glass is half full or half empty are missing the point. The glass is refillable.



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