97 Points - Wine Enthusiast
Gran Patron Piedra is produced from 100% Weber blue agave plants from the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. The "tahona" stone wheel slowly crushes the agave and the resulting juice is then fermented and distilled with crushed agave fiber. The distillate is then aged for a minimum of three years in a combination of new American and French oak barrels.
Gran Patron Piedra is deep mahogany is color, boasts complex aromas of fruit, fresh mushroom, citrus and agave. The full-bodied palate is slightly sweet, combining the herbaceous agave flavor with light vanilla, spice, clove and toasted oak, which extends through the long finish.
"Patrón's first-ever extra añejo is aged at least three years, and is named for the stone wheel (piedra) that crushes agave to make Tequila. It has an amber hue and a rich aroma that mixes caramel, dried fruit and peppery notes. The palate is silky and rounded, with lots of caramel and oak up front, tapering off gently with anise, ginger and cinnamon." - Wine Enthusiast
Product of Mexico
Alcohol by Volume: 40%