Lambert Bridge Merlot Blend Dry Creek Valley 2006

MSRP: $45.00
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The 2006 Merlot is bursting with flavors of luscious red plum, intense black cherry and dried cranberry. The 2006 vin...

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Some dark fruit but with some red fruitiness, bit of apple peel, pencil shavings, hint of leather. Light to medium bodied, moderate finish of light... Read more

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Snooth User: cgplayer9
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3.00 5
08/14/2013

Some dark fruit but with some red fruitiness, bit of apple peel, pencil shavings, hint of leather. Light to medium bodied, moderate finish of lightly peppered minerals.


Winemaker's Notes:

The 2006 Merlot is bursting with flavors of luscious red plum, intense black cherry and dried cranberry. The 2006 vintage is once again bound to be a favorite with aromas of caramel and pie spices of nutmeg and allspice, this vintage is once again bound to be a favorite. This wine is elegant, graceful and supple with caressing fine tannins and impressive structure. From the gentle entry to the long lasting, juicy finish we recommend serving this wine with wild mushroom Gruyere pizza, BLT made with late season tomatoes and applewood smoked bacon or a rich flour-less chocolate cake.

The 2006 Merlot is bursting with flavors of luscious red plum, intense black cherry and dried cranberry. The 2006 vintage is once again bound to be a favorite with aromas of caramel and pie spices of nutmeg and allspice, this vintage is once again bound to be a favorite. This wine is elegant, graceful and supple with caressing fine tannins and impressive structure. From the gentle entry to the long lasting, juicy finish we recommend serving this wine with wild mushroom Gruyere pizza, BLT made with late season tomatoes and applewood smoked bacon or a rich flour-less chocolate cake.

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Aged 21 months in French Oak.

Notes: 40% new oak

Chemical Analysis:

Alcohol: 14.2%

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