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2018 Galatrona, Fattoria Petrolo | Now Available at HDH Retail
Hart Davis Hart Retail is excited to offer the 2018 Galatrona from Fattoria Petrolo. This structured and highly aromatic Merlot serves as Petrolo's flagship wine. With an official organic certification since 2016, this estate practices sustainable farming techniques to ensure the terroir shines through in every bottle.

The Petrolo estate prides itself on the artisinal quality of their wines and is committed to keeping productions small and quality high. The 2018 vintage shows impeccable balance with notes of blackberries and olives. A vibrant wine with intense aromatics, it's structured, elegant, and complex, highlighting why it continues to be one of Tuscany's most coveted wines year after year.

Though this estate remains virtually unknown in the wine world, it has amassed a cult following. Within the last two decades, Petrolo has taken its place among some of the best wineries in Italy. Don't wait to add the 2018 vintage to your collection, email us to place your order today.
 
 
 
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2018 Galatrona, Fattoria Petrolo (98 JS)
This wine is being sold on a pre-sale basis, earliest anticipated arrival is winter 2020.
$534 per 6 bottles
 
"Aromas of blackberries, black olives, green olive, and violets. It’s really aromatic. Full-bodied, yet so precise and polished with creamy, layered tannins that caress your palate. It’s extremely persistent and goes on for minutes. Only 40% new wood. Really balanced. All about purity and complexity From organically grown grapes. Try after 2023." (98 points) JamesSuckling.com, July 2020