Levo ‘2 2 Tango’ Petite Sirah 2019

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Vintage: 2019
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In the glass Levo ‘2 2 Tango’ Petite Sirah 2019 is over the top in every way. Opaque color, massive acidity and colossal tannin – everything is turned up to eleven. Some people love it, some can’t handle it.  This wine can age for decades, or be enjoyed upon release with a generous decant. It is always one of my favorite wines to enjoy with a big meal, as it is a true challenge to coax out the beast, while still maintaining beauty and elegance. Enjoy!

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Weight 3.5 lbs

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1 review for Levo ‘2 2 Tango’ Petite Sirah 2019

  1. JD

    The 2019 Petite Sirah 2 2 Tango is dense purple-hued and has an assortment of black and blue fruits as well as bouquet garni and sappy herb notes. With full-bodied richness, a monster of a mid-palate, remarkable purity, and a great, great finish, it’s a brilliant Petite Sirah that should evolve for a solid decade in cold cellars. The blend is 77% Petite Sirah, 14% Graciano, and 9% Syrah, aged in 69% new French oak.

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What does Levo '2 2 Tango' Petite Sirah 2019 taste like?


new leather, smoke, earthy


baking spice, vanilla

dark fruit


hibiscus, violet

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Petite Sirah, also known as Durif, is a robust black-skinned grape variety renowned for its small, intensely colored berries, contributing to the wine's distinct personality. While it originated in France, it is now primarily cultivated in drier climates such as Australia, California, and Israel due to its preference for extended hang time and resistance to bunch rot in such conditions. The grape's preference for a dry and hot microclimate makes regions like Rutherglen, Victoria, an ideal location for its cultivation, as seen in Australia. In the winery, careful maceration is required to prevent over-extraction, while barrel-aging often involves American oak to complement its tannic structure. The wines produced from Petite Sirah grapes boast a characteristic deep, inky color, owing to... Read More
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