Petite Laurence 2015 (Red)
The people have spoken. Petite Laurence exudes crazy tastiness at crazy values. There isn't a more popular year (2015) for this wine where most people can smell an oaky tobacco alongside pronounced raspberries, plums and blackberries.
We had this bottle with delectable French food at Gunther's down at Purvis Street where the staff is always kind to us and asking us if we want more of their awesome mini baguettes and beautiful French butter. We regretted having only one bottle at hand as we tucked into our burrata cheese summer garnish and grilled lamb.
We're selling this particular vintage in three's because we believe you will regret not having a spare bottle to enjoy at a later date. Seriously! It has been consistently voted "Best Value for Bordeaux Red Wines" by the public that cares to vote on these matters. The year 2015 produced exceptional wine and many everyday wine lovers pick up a case to stock up. For the rest of us who have no space in our HDB, three is the magic number to buy.
Is there anything left to be said?
Let us drink.
In your case:
Three (3) Bottles of Petite Laurence Bordeaux Red 2015
For the wine aficionados: A claret of great pedigree and character, Petite Laurence is made in conjunction with the esteemed Hubert de Boüard of Château Angélus in Saint-Émilion, one of the most prestigious estates classified Premier Grand Cru Classé A status. Produced from 100% Merlot, a varietal that grows exceptionally well in the gravely clay soils of Montussan, the wine offers dark currant and plum on the nose balanced by ripe dark berries and silky tannins.