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Deep, bright colour and ripe fruit on the nose. Hints of jasmine and dark perfume. The wine has well-structured tannins from a post-ferment maceration. There is no wood influence, only ripe organic Merlot ...
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This Merlot has a deep, intense red color. On the nose it presents red berries aromas, especially of cherry and strawberries, accompanied by interesting floral notes which are perfectly blended with the ...
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Crisp White Merlot mixed with ripe cranberry and kiwi flavors. The result? Delightfully refreshing, light and crisp. Serve well chilled.
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The 2013 Redigaffi is one of the more understated versions of Redigaffi I can remember tasting. If opened young, the 2013 needs quite a bit of air, as it appears to still be recovering from its recent bottling. ...
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The ’09 vintage sees a return of consulting enologist Luca D’Attorna, and its sensual beauty, intensity and balance make it a stunning comeback. Juicy, brambly red and black fruit, incense, earth, grilled ...
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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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This Chardonnay is blended with dry Chenin Blanc, adding character and body to the smooth Chardonnay flavors and pleasing aromas. It is unoaked, with crisp citrus flavors from the first sip to the last ...
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Full-bodied; blends flavors of black cherry, ripe plum, and hints of oak for a velvety richness.Pairs well with pastrami panini, ribs, hamburgers, BBQ rotisserie chicken, pasta with red sauce.
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At this price, a decent party wine to serve when no one’s fussy. It’s dry, medium-bodied and fruity, with a pleasant cut of tannins.
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This wine is from France, Languedoc Roussillon region, Vin De Pays D’oc sub-region. The color is deep purple. The nose is intense and elegant, with aromas of ripe red fruit including raspberryand strawberry ...
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Gatonegro Merlot 1.50l
Sale: $12.97
Molina Vineyard. VII Region, Chile (Central Valley)San Pedro and San Miguel Vineyard: Broad daytime-night time temperature differentials are perfect for good phenolic ripeness (tannins and anthocyanins).
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Deep red color, mocha and licorice aromas, with subtle cedar notes. Full flavored beef, veal, or chicken dishes, as well as pasta and cheese.
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Touches of spice, vanilla and more chocolate-like notes meld with delicious red berry flavours whilst oak maturation adds a creamy, almost nutty complexity
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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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Sourced from vineyards on California’s Central Coast, our Merlot is big and bold. Full-bodied yet smooth, the wine shows flavors of red cherries that evolve into decadent levels of cocoa, spice and ...
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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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