Mcwilliam's Merlot Hanwood Estate 2008

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The Merlot grapes were crushed and de-stemmed and the must was then inoculated with cultured yeast to initiate fermen...

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Decent bottle of inexpensive Merlot. Plum and cherry aromas. These are echoed on the palate, with some spicy clove and allspice notes and some nice... Read more

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Snooth User: drdebs
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Vintage: 2007 07/04/2009

Decent bottle of inexpensive Merlot. Plum and cherry aromas. These are echoed on the palate, with some spicy clove and allspice notes and some nicely integrated oak.


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Winemaker's Notes:

The Merlot grapes were crushed and de-stemmed and the must was then inoculated with cultured yeast to initiate fermentation in upright stainless steel fermenters. Temperatures throughout fermentation ranged from at 18-25°C and the wine was pumped over eight times daily After primary fermentation, the wine underwent secondary, or malolactic, fermentation. A portion of the wine was matured in French and American oak for up to six months before bottling.

The Merlot grapes were crushed and de-stemmed and the must was then inoculated with cultured yeast to initiate fermentation in upright stainless steel fermenters. Temperatures throughout fermentation ranged from at 18-25°C and the wine was pumped over eight times daily After primary fermentation, the wine underwent secondary, or malolactic, fermentation. A portion of the wine was matured in French and American oak for up to six months before bottling.

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