1990 Petrus red rare wine for grabs


Nothing like a great glass of wine and who knows this better than the French! The 1990 Petrus red rare wine is very young, and one of the least evolved from the Montrose and Beausejour-Daffau vintage. It boasts ruby/purple colors and is sweet, low in acidity, and has velvety tannins. The wine almost perfect, but it would reach the T if you wait for another five to ten years and allow it to mature to its best. Its capacity reaches 40 years, so there needn’t be any fear of wait. It costs $58,891.
[FineWines]

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