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Mcguigan Bin Series Limestone Coast Merlot No. 3000 2010

Member Review by JenniferT:

An easy drinking wine with enough structure and complexity to keep me entertained (granted, this is not difficult). A really striking dark purple color, with notes of blackberry and plum and a hint of pepper/spice. This wine seemed a bit hot; it is 14%. Medium bodied and more of the same on the palate with light toasty notes (thank you for not hitting me over the head with oak). All underpinned by a nice tangy acidity. Good value.

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Winery: McGuigan Wines
Color: Red
Varietal: Merlot
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McGuigan Wines:
In total McGuigan won four trophies, two gold, nine silver and ten bronze medals at this show alone, spearheaded by the 2007 McGuigan Shortlist Chardonnay which won three trophies over the duration of the show including the Best Australian Chardonnay, Best Adelaide Hills White and Best South Australian White.

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Snooth User: JenniferT
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3.50 5
05/16/2013

An easy drinking wine with enough structure and complexity to keep me entertained (granted, this is not difficult). A really striking dark purple color, with notes of blackberry and plum and a hint of pepper/spice. This wine seemed a bit hot; it is 14%. Medium bodied and more of the same on the palate with light toasty notes (thank you for not hitting me over the head with oak). All underpinned by a nice tangy acidity. Good value.



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