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VINEYARDSThe grapes came primarily from vineyards in the Central Coast and Lodi regions, both excellent sources for high-quality Merlot. Mild summer weather and a relatively light crop in these areas contributed ...
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Primarily Merlot with a touch of Cabernet Sauvignon and a splash of Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot. Sonoma County mountain and hillside vineyards provide plum and black cherry flavors, and great ...
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A satisfying Merlot that delivers layers of fruit flavors and aromas. This wine is luscious and well-balanced with ripe strawberry and red cherry flavors, a soft-mid palate and finishing with a hint of ...
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Ripe plum and currant avors are immediately evident in the aromas and avors of the Beringer Classics Merlot. A sweet, toasty note of oak rounds out the blend and gives the wine a nice body and mouth feel. ...
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This is a velvety wine with a complex nose of fresh-picked raspberry, plum, blueberry pie, cedar and dark cocoa. A fleshy and generous mouthfeel is followed by flavorful notes of red cherry, smoky caramel ...
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See:Deep purple ruby colour, quite dense with thick legs. Certainly genuine to this thick skinned grape variety. With some age it will probably lose the purple and become more ruby red. Smell: This wine ...
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Ripe fruit aromas of fresh berries, red plum and cherry are robust and lead to rich flavors of fresh berry pie, milk chocolate and notes of black tea on the palate. The wine is well structured with a juicy ...
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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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Dry Creek Valley Merlot captures the rich, ripe flavors of the Dry Creek Valley terroir. Aromas and flavors of red licorice, Satsuma plums, red fruit jam and blackberry meld with hints of toasted oak, milk ...
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?The 2010 Grigsby Vineyard Merlot is, as always the most distinctly refined and elegant bottling of the year. In a clear reflection of the intensity and power that characterize this unique growing season, ...
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A ruby-colored red wine exuding aromas of cloves, spice, and dark berries. On the palate, the wine is smooth and thick, with avors of boysenberry, strawberry, and hints of cocoa. Pair with a simple, juicy ...
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The Greystone Merlot comes from the Lodi, Sacramento Delta and San Joaquin areas in California. The dry Mediterranean climate concentrates the ripe berry character found in the California heartland. This ...
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Ripe strawberry, tea, jam, and light coffee aromas. Well- integrated oak and plum flavors make this soft and velvety Merlot a charming wine with a long, flavorful finish.
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“This bright magenta-colored White Merlot delivers vibrant strawberry jam and lavender flavors. The wine is well balanced, with just the right amount of sweetness. This wine goes well with white fish ...
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A rich entry and pure and polished flavors of cherry, cassis, pomegranate, and blackberry. On the palate, these gorgeous fruit elements mingle with complex layers of leather, wet river rock, eucalyptus ...
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It can sometimes be difficult to tell a Merlot apart from a Cabernet Sauvignon, but at Wine Chateau, we believe in you. Buy Merlot and some Cabernet online to have yourself a little comparison party. If you're struggling to tell the differences, don't be discouraged. Practice makes perfect, so grab a case of each just to be safe. Once you're well versed in the differences between these two varieties, you're ready for the next challenge. Our collection of Merlot for sale features grapes from around the world. Teach your pallet – through careful, diligent and regular study – the subtle nuances of Merlots from varying regions, including Tuscany, South Australia, Catalunya, California, and many more.

Like many of the others in the red family, Merlot wine is characterized by its dark fruit flavors including plum, blackberries, and raspberry. Its profile can also have notes of roasted vegetables and warm baking spices. Be careful, though. The best Merlots are wonderfully balanced, well rounded and easy to drink. If you're not careful, you'll be spending the whole night together. Merlot is perfect for drinkers new to red wine. If this is your first time dabbling with reds, we'll be gentle. Welcome to the dark side.

Merlot features many of the flavor profiles typical of other red wines but offers a softer finish. As a result of this mellower feel, it pairs nicely with many food pairing options. Like Cabernet Sauvignon, it pairs well with grilled, braised or charred meats but can also be paired with something lighter like poultry, pork or salmon. Pour yourself a glass with roasted vegetables, strong cheeses and even desserts. Prepare something like bacon wrapped scallops to complement the diverse flavors of the Merlot, as if you needed another excuse to eat bacon. With this many opportunities to eat bacon and steak, you'll need at least a case or two of your favorite Merlot.

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