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You can think of Merlot as a softer, even friendlier, version of a Cabernet Sauvignon. Peter Vella Merlot, in particular, has a lighter mouth feel and a fresher taste that people really seem to appreciate. ...
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The 2015 Merlot displays a fruit forward character of raspberry and cherry aromas with subtle notes of vanilla oak. Expressive flavors of raspberry and cherry dominate the palate with soft, approachable ...
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The 2015 Smoking Loon Merlot opens with aromas of cassis, toasted brioche, toasted graham cracker and a hint of mint. On the palate, blackberry, dried cherry flavors lead to notes of Italian roast coffee ...
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Merlot has luscious aromas of dried cherries and dark chocolate, with flavors of cocoa and lightly toasted oak. Coupled with supple tannins, this wine exhibits a complex character and nice structure. Our ...
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Meridian California Merlot is a classic expression of this popular varietal. It open with bright aromas of black cherry, boysenberry cedar and spice notes. The aromas lead to a palate with delicious flavors ...
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Sycamore Lane Merlot displays fresh, cherry-like varietal aromas, with hints of tobacco and herbal spice. Medium-bodied, with a smooth texture and soft tannins, it boasts rich, lingering flavors of cherries ...
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The brilliant hue of the Forest Fire White Merlot hints at the rich raspberry and cream flavors to come. This is a deliciously fruit-driven off-dry wine that captures enough true Merlot quality to give ...
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Simi Merlot 2013 750ml
Sale: $20.97
Tasting Notes: Deep garnet with a ruby edge, our 2013 Sonoma County Merlot has rich, dark notes of blackberry and plum with cocoa, nutmeg, and earthy hints of cedar and bay laurel. Smoky bacon notes frame ...
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Vineyards in the Horse Heaven Hills are the source and inspiration behind the H3 wines. The hills have been home to Columbia Crest winery for more than two decades. Winemaker Juan Muñoz Oca combines ...
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With its maritime influence, California’s Central Coast region has an extended growing season that yields wines with full flavor development and great acid balance. Mandolin Merlot features ripe cherry ...
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Bouquet dominated by the aroma of ripe black cherry with elegant toasty notes and a touch of spice. Medium-bodied with rich fruit flavors of plum, and blackcurrant. Well balanced with soft tannins and a ...
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ForestVille Vineyard was planted in the northern interior region of California. ForestVille Vineyard’s combination of climate and geography makes for fully ripened grapes, which yield wines of extraordinary ...
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Our Merlot is a well-structured wine with supple tannins and a long soft finish. Dark fruit flavors of blackberries, boysenberries, and blueberries coupled earthy tones like tobacco and limestone make this ...
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Sweet oak aromas, ripe fruit flavors and a firm texture make a complete and enjoyable package in this full-bodied wine. It has a toasted oak flavor, tasty plum and cinnamon nuances, good acidity and supportive ...
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Vendange Merlot 1.50l
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Deep garnet red with a hint of purple in color, this Merlot is plush with highlights of spice and red berry aromas. Sweeping, full flavors of ripe raspberries and plums are tinged with subtle toasty oak ...
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The U.S. is an expansive country with diverse geography and climate. The wide range provides several wine growing regions, including Oregon, Washington, New York and for local consumption in Texas, Virginia and the Carolinas. Despite this diversity, the vast majority of wine is still produced along the west coast in California. Napa and Sonoma are the most popular growing regions, but there are hundreds of wineries scattered throughout the country.

Regional identity is as indicative of the wine's features as it is in European growing countries, but American naming classifications are far less strict than those of old world wines. Wine varieties and blends from the U.S. have been produced for hundreds of years, but they have gained particular popularity in the last few decades. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to order U.S. wines online.

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