- Shop Online
- About HDH
These search tools are to be used to narrow your search results. The "Advanced Search" tool provides additional search options, including classifications, growers and appellations (once a category is selected). When ready to begin a new search, use the "clear all" button to remove previous selections. Use the "save this search" function, when logged in, to save your searches for later use.
$115.00 per Bottle
"This has a great color, with fabulous aromas of crushed blackberry, violet, toasty oak and black olive. Full-bodied, with powerful, ripe tannins and amazing flavors of blueberry, dark chocolate and toast. Lasts for minutes on the palate. Reminds me of the 1989 Pétrus. A stunning Merlot. Best after 2012. 1,250 cases made." Wine Spectator
Drink from: 2012
"Petrolo's 2007 Galatrona (Merlot) is another of the successes of the vintage. It is a dark, seamless Galatrona packed with dark fruit, cassis, minerals and French oak. Despite the wine's opulence and richness, the fruit retains considerable clarity as well as nuance. Today the French oak is a touch pronounced, but in a few years this dense, plush Merlot from impeccably-farmed hillside vineyards should be firing on all cylinders. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2027.
Proprietor Luca Sanjust and his team make some of the most sensual, pleasurable wines in Tuscany. Always intellectually curious, Sanjust continues to push the envelope, most recently with his 2001 sweet wine, essentially a Vin Santo that can't be labeled as such since its residual sugar is far above the legally accepted limits." Antonio Galloni, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate #191
Drink from: 2012-2027
"Inky black-purple. Spicy black cherry and forest floor aromas are complicated by very intense, pure notes of coffee and dark chocolate. Sweet and fleshy on entry, with nicely balanced milk chocolate and black plum flavors complemented by minerals, herbs and more coffee. Large-scaled and broad on the back end, finishing with peppery yet silky-smooth tannins and a salty edge. This mesmerizing wine will not let go of your palate. Not the most refined version of merlot you'll ever try, but sure to be one of the most impressive." Ian D'Agata, Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar