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Big, bluesy, sexy, loud yet classic – that’s our The Rolling Stones Forty Licks Merlot. Forty Licks Merlot is quite complex in nature and equally full-bodied. The first varietal Wines That Rock ...
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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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Tasting: Aromas of fresh, ripe plums, red currant and violets intertwine with subtle notes of cedar and bramble bush. This medium-bodied wine is ripe and plush with flavors of plums, cherries and figs ...
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We don’t know if it’s the color or the deep cherry flavor, but as the weather gets colder there isn’t a wine we prefer more than Merlot! When it comes to food, Merlot is one of the easiest ...
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Bolla Merlot 1.50l
Sale: $15.97
Production Area: Delle Venezie, Northeast Italy.Grape Variety: 100% Merlot.Description: Bright ruby red with a full bouquet ofcranberries, cherries, plums and raspberries,Bolla Merlot has an appealing, ...
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Deep garnet red. An expressive nose shows fresh red fruits like plums and cherries, accompanied by soft, delicious vanilla and tobacco notes. On the palate it is fresh, with ripe, soft tannins leading a ...
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Distinctive character, soft, with plum and licorice flavors on the palate.
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Tony accomplished a subtle marriage of flavors in the Oberon Merlot by blending fruit from emerging Napa Valley regions that allowed him to take advantage of different soil types and microclimates from ...
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Merlot is one of the five principal grape varieties of Bordeaux and the most widely planted. It is capable of producing some of the highest priced, most sought after elegant wines in the entire world but ...
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Making a young Merlot requires a coordinated effort on the part of the vineyard staff and the winemaker, to grow the grapes and make wine with the knowledge that the wine is slated for early release. One ...
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This Merlot is a deep rich scarlet wine with purple hues. It is very enjoyable now with nuances of spice, cherry, and a bright finish. This was another early and excellent quality year for growing grapes. ...
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Deep scarlet color. Lovely plum nose, rich fruit, violets, and dark chocolate. Hints of licorice, vanilla, blackberry, and tobacco envelop the fruit. On the palate a great entry, smooth and full bodied ...
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Traditional red wine vinification at controlled temperatures of around 25°C; briefly refined in wood, ruby red in color, intense bouquet, pleasantly herbaceous, dry flavor, lightly tannic, complex.
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Ruby red colour; black cherry and spice on the nose; soft, round plummy flavours with a herbal notes in the finish.
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This lush and inviting Merlot displays flavors of ripe blackberry, black cherry and cassis, underscored by hints of sweet spice, cocoa and leather. On the palate, balanced acidity adds poise and elegance, ...
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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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