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Merriam Vineyards Merlot Russian River Valley Windacre 2002

Member Review by carey1:

Juicy roasted red fruits and a hint of rubarb. This Vineyard continually produces fruit with enough acid to make it age worthy and still fruit forward after being in bottle for several years.

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Merriam Vineyards:
Why Bordeaux varieties? While honeymooning in France, Peter and Diana Merriam fell in love with the country and all things French. The theme carried through first with their love of entertaining family and friends with the perfect food and wine pairings, and, in 2000, with the production of small lot, handcrafted wines from their own estate vineyard, and from grapes grown in the Dry Creek and A... Read more
Why Bordeaux varieties? While honeymooning in France, Peter and Diana Merriam fell in love with the country and all things French. The theme carried through first with their love of entertaining family and friends with the perfect food and wine pairings, and, in 2000, with the production of small lot, handcrafted wines from their own estate vineyard, and from grapes grown in the Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys by some of the most highly esteemed growers in Sonoma County. Read less

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Snooth User: carey1
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4.00 5
05/06/2009

Juicy roasted red fruits and a hint of rubarb. This Vineyard continually produces fruit with enough acid to make it age worthy and still fruit forward after being in bottle for several years.




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