Dry White Varieties (<5g/l or up to 9g/l if TA <2g/l lower) (Merlot) Unwooded any vintage
The concentration of the 2015 Merlot causes this wine to de mistaken for its heavier brother - Cabernet Sauvignon. The nose reminds of black cherry and sandalwood. The entry in the mouth is slightly grippy with good dark chocolate focus on the mid palate and a somewhat dryish finish. The wine is full bodied and rich and will reward some aging.