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Fisheye Merlot Premier 2010

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Ripe plums and currants with a nose of smoky oak. Share a bottle with friends and feast on some spaghetti bolognese with meatballs or four-cheese lasagna with herb and garlic bread on this Merlot.

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Fish Eye Winery:
Fisheye is a brand of wines based out of Griffith, in New South Wales, Australia. The winery was founded by surfing buff Steve Roden, who is also known for his penchant for neon colors, as evidenced by the Fisheye wine labels. The name derives from the Aussie term for a particularly good catch - a.k.a. “The man’s got the fish eye.” Roden is believed to have the “fish e... Read more
Fisheye is a brand of wines based out of Griffith, in New South Wales, Australia. The winery was founded by surfing buff Steve Roden, who is also known for his penchant for neon colors, as evidenced by the Fisheye wine labels. The name derives from the Aussie term for a particularly good catch - a.k.a. “The man’s got the fish eye.” Roden is believed to have the “fish eye” for wine, using years of knowledge and expertise to craft wines indicative of the local soils of South Eastern Australia. These are single varietal wines in white, red and rosé styles meant for casual sipping that are easy to pair with a variety of foods. They are available in traditional bottles as well as large format wine casks, designed to prevent oxidization up to 6 weeks after opening.  Read less

External Reviews for Fisheye Merlot Premier

External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
01/19/2010

At FishEye, there's no pinkie raising, brie eating, wine spitting gobbledgook. The bold flavor is so lively that this wine jumps out of your glass! If grilled salmon steaks or marinated chicken are the center pieces of the meal, then a soft red such as FishEye Merlot would accompany those dishes perfectly.


External Review
Source: The Wine Buyer
01/27/2012

Ripe and fruity with plum and dark fruit flavors.



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Ripe plums and currants with a nose of smoky oak. Share a bottle with friends and feast on some spaghetti bolognese with meatballs or four-cheese lasagna with herb and garlic bread on this Merlot.

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