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Red Diamond Merlot 2005

Winemaker's Notes:

" Soft, fruity, easy to drink, with the right amount of oak, this wine will win you over with just one glass. The Cabernet Sauvignon adds complexity and the Cabernet Franc softens the tannins and adds dimension to the fruity character. The wine is great on its own, but with its balanced acidity and intense fruit concentration, it is also a great companion to food. Try it with beef, lamb or grilled salmon." - Winery.

Red Diamond:
Red Diamond is a brand of wines produced in Washington State since 2003. The value driven wines were initially only marketed to restaurants, but were such a success, that they expanded to retail offerings in 2004. The wines are available in Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Chardonnay. They continue to be some of the most popular American restaurant and bar wines, offering good bang-for-buck quality.

Member Reviews for Red Diamond Merlot

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Snooth User: Rhoover2848
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4.00 5
08/30/2012

Wow, this wine was smooth with a little bit of a bite at the end. It was great for some light drinking while watching TV at the end of long day.


Snooth User: rahma
13922228
3.50 5
02/19/2009

don't let the price fool you; this wine is surprisingly pleasant.


Snooth User: mdurkin
2175813
0.00 5
07/18/2009

I buy it by the case the 2006 Merlot is Grand, Southwest Florida need to try this.


Snooth User: djandm12
106880945
4.00 5
04/30/2012

Four glasses


External Reviews for Red Diamond Merlot

External Review
Source: Shop Wine Direct
01/17/2009

Wine Tasting NotesAromas of bright cherry and cola, and hints of cinnamon introduce this Merlot. The silky palate displays flavors of black cherry, spice, and a touch of caramel and mocha, the finish is soft and begs you to drink more.



" Soft, fruity, easy to drink, with the right amount of oak, this wine will win you over with just one glass. The Cabernet Sauvignon adds complexity and the Cabernet Franc softens the tannins and adds dimension to the fruity character. The wine is great on its own, but with its balanced acidity and intense fruit concentration, it is also a great companion to food. Try it with beef, lamb or grilled salmon." - Winery.

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