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Merlot is loved for its' boisterous black cherry flavors, supple tannins, and chocolatey finish. On the high end, it’s often mistaken with Cabernet Sauvignon and commonly blended with it.
Characterized by a rich and powerful red fruit nose with notes of vanilla and toast, this elegant oak matured ruby red wine delights the palate with its overtones of licorice, delicate spice and red fruit, while its tannic content provides a long and firm finish.
This wine can be kept to age for 8 to 12 years.
87.7% Merlot, 10.9% Syrah, 1.4% Zinfandel
Using Syrah and Zinfandel as blenders, adds a dark velvety feel to the lush berry flavor profile of the Merlot. Dense black fruit aromas are followed by blueberry and chocolate flavors, and supple tannins on the palate.
Upstream from Bordeaux along the Garonne River lie the vineyards of Buzet, just north of Armagnac and southwest of Cahors. Buzet was recognized as an Appellation in 1973, as it’s clay limestone soils are ideal for Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Christophe tends to these vines with the utmost respect for biodiversity of the terroir and this cuvée is vinified without oak.
This Buzet Beauty is a 50/50 blend of Cabernet and Merlot that will remind you what it’s all about... Beaming nose of tiny berries and silky, velvety tannins. An absolute delight!
$16.00Neither glitzy nor flashy, but perfectly embodies the region’s rural soul. A signature blend of 50% Merlot, with equal parts Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, even at its modest price point it possesses much of the dark-fruited complexity that made Bordeaux famous in the first place but rendered in a brighter, more refreshing frame.
The Oracle is an exceptionally balanced, full-bodied red blend made from grapes grown at Stagecoach Vineyard in the eastern hills of Napa Valley. In Greek mythology, the oracle was a source of inspiration and revelation. We hope that you will find the answers to life’s most compelling questions while enjoying The Oracle with friends and family.
La Jota Merlot showcases dark ripe berries, black cherry, and espresso bean. A broad textural impact charms the mid-palate and classic Howell Mountain minerality drives the long, opulent finish.
Carrie's Cellar Club Selection November 2020
$29.00This dark plum colored Merlot displays ripe black cherry fruit and subtle French oak and vanilla notes in its generous aromas. The palate shows its varietal correctness with soft plummy flavors followed by cassis and pomegranate.
The Château de Parenchère Bordeaux Supérieur is the classic cuvée of the estate. Sourced from 25 year old vines, the tannic structure is present yet very soft while the red fruit aromas remain pleasantly intense. This wine is made by and for Bordeaux lovers.
An intense ruby color, the Château de Parenchère Bordeaux Supérieur is full and fleshy with a strong underlying structure. It displays intense red fruit aromas of cassis and black cherry with elegantly soft tannins. There is a great balance between the ripe fruit expression and the wine’s freshness.
Perfect with grilled tenderloin and garlic potatoes.
Made from--you guessed it--six different Merlot clones, including two rare French ones and a very rare Italian clone grown on the Peirano estate in Lodi. This ripe and toasty red brims with aromas of black cherries, sweet raspberries, vanilla, and cocoa, while supple tannins leave a pleasing and lingering finish.
This Napa Valley Merlot is well structured with flashy accents of dark fruits, chocolate and hints of mixed spices. It is rich and flavorful with a long dry finish. Enjoy now and for the next few years.
86% Merlot, 12% Syrah and 2% Petit Verdot
Color: Clean burgundy color with cherry hues.
Nose: Expressive nose of red and black fruit such as blackberryalong with fresh aromas such as thym and black pepper.
Palate: Medium body with a good fruit expression. Good balance among components.
Service and Food Pairing: Serve at 15°C (59°F). The ideal companion for pastas with red sauces, or paprika stuffed with quinoa and tomatoes, or a pizza with mushrooms and pepperoni.
Challenged by the rocky volcanic soils of this mountainous vineyard site, the vines at Stagecoach produce fruit of extraordinary quality and intensity. This meticulously farmed property is hand-picked according to the winemaker’s specifications. Loaded with rich ripe fruit and spice notes with touches of toasty oak, this Merlot has a nice grip from fine tannins on the lengthy finish.
$16.00This Merlot opens with aromas of blueberry, subtle spice and rose petals with hints of cocoa. Balanced in style, this wine is structured yet lively.
Canyon Road Winery owns 140 acres of vineyards. The majority of the grapes for its wines are sourced from coastal appellations and selected Northern California vineyards. The California appellation is part of the key to the brand's success, since it allows winemakers to roam prime California sources for just the juice they want.
Associate Winemaker Christopher Munsell and Assistant Winemaker Ondine Chattan are the young, dynamic winemaking duo at the head of Canyon Road who are passionate about one thing: making high-quality wines a part of Americans' everyday dining experience. The winemakers work closely with local growers to assure quality fruit, vinify the lots of grapes separately, and then blend the lots before aging (as opposed to aging each lot and then blending.) This technique—and the expertise used to balance the characteristics of each lot against others—creates smooth, well-integrated wines of complexity and depth.
The wine is an intense and bright red color. The nose opens with intense fruity hints of blackberry, plum and currant, enriched by toasted and vanilla nuances. On the palate it is full and enveloping, soft and elegant, with a persistent finish that displays a pleasantly sweet and fruity aftertaste.
Sangiovese and Merlot blend
2020 Wine Enthusiast's Best Value Top 100
This Merlot is medium ruby in color and abundantly fruit forward. The wine opens with notes of blackberry, vanilla cream, and hints of baking spices and leads into a mid palate dominated by black fruit and closing with a pleasing toasty finish.