Duckhorn Vineyards Merlot Napa Valley Estate Grown 1992

Avg Price: $90.80
PVA Winner
3.37 5 0.5
Add
2 reviews
+My Wines

My Wines

Save in My Wines

Add to Wishlist

My Cellar

List It
Edit

Winemaker's Notes:

The 83-acre vineyard is located on the northeast side of the Napa Valley in an alluvial fan created by the outwash of...

Read more...
  • WS: 88

    Wine Spectator Score

    88

    Close
  • + Wine critic

    Submit a Critic Score

    Score:

    Name of Critic:

    Close
Aabalat
Petaluma, CA (2,500 mi)
USD 90.80
750ml
Buy Now
301 Wines
Eureka, CA (2,600 mi)
USD 98.80
750ml
Buy Now
See 2 more prices »

A Merlot wine from California in USA. 1992 Duckhorn Merlot Three Palms Vineyard 750ml Read more

Set your rating:
Save

Examples: Value Wine, Would Recommend, For the Cellar, Etc...

All Prices

Shipping to:

User Reviews for Duckhorn Vineyards Merlot Napa Valley Estate Grown

External Reviews for Duckhorn Vineyards Merlot Napa Valley Estate Grown

External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/17/2009

A Merlot wine from California in USA. 1992 Duckhorn Merlot Three Palms Vineyard 750ml


Ratings & Tags for Duckhorn Vineyards Merlot Napa Valley Estate Grown

rated this wine
5.00 5
12/30/2008

Winemaker's Notes:

The 83-acre vineyard is located on the northeast side of the Napa Valley in an alluvial fan created by the outwash of Selby Creek where it spills out of Dutch Henry Canyon. The site is covered with volcanic stones washed down over the centuries from the canyon. The soil is rocky and well drained, causing the vines to send their roots far, wide, and deep to find the necessary nutrients and water. The stones aid the vineyard, absorbing the sun's heat during the day and radiating the heat during the night to protect the vines during frost season and help ripen the fruit.

The 83-acre vineyard is located on the northeast side of the Napa Valley in an alluvial fan created by the outwash of Selby Creek where it spills out of Dutch Henry Canyon. The site is covered with volcanic stones washed down over the centuries from the canyon. The soil is rocky and well drained, causing the vines to send their roots far, wide, and deep to find the necessary nutrients and water. The stones aid the vineyard, absorbing the sun's heat during the day and radiating the heat during the night to protect the vines during frost season and help ripen the fruit.

Photos

+ Add Image

Best Wine Deals

See More Deals »

Merlot Top Lists








Snooth Media Network