The Petit Verdot has not very much spread around the world. Traditionally found in Bordeaux where it is used in small quantities mostly in blends with others varieties. Its main use is to add aroma to many of the regions' great red wines by adding quantities of up to 10%. Having small berries and a thick skin, it has great potential for producing great polifenolic and aromatic concentration. Pisano has only one and a quarter hectare planted. Because of the fantastic results obtained from the first vinification, we were motivated to release a very small bottlings of this wine in its 100% varietal version. In Uruguay, there are not many hectares cultivated, but this grape is showing that is perfectly adapted to our soils and climate, producing wines with unique personality. When young its aromas have been likened to banana, and strong tones of violet develop as it matures.