Renaissance and Merlot Premiere Cuvee 1999

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If you're about to give up on insipid California "Merlot", this one might re-kindle your passion. Dense dark velvet, ...

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If you're about to give up on insipid California "Merlot", this one might re-kindle your passion. Dense dark velvet, meaty-plummy depths, bitter ch... Read more

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Source: AmericanWinery.com
07/24/2009

If you're about to give up on insipid California "Merlot", this one might re-kindle your passion. Dense dark velvet, meaty-plummy depths, bitter chocolate and expansive fields of spices in the finish. Drink now with a festive lamb roast, or watch it improve further over the next decade or two. Not for the faint-hearted!


Winemaker's Notes:

If you're about to give up on insipid California "Merlot", this one might re-kindle your passion. Dense dark velvet, meaty-plummy depths, bitter chocolate and expansive fields of spices in the finish. Drink now with a festive lamb roast, or watch it improve further over the next decade or two. Not for the faint-hearted!

If you're about to give up on insipid California "Merlot", this one might re-kindle your passion. Dense dark velvet, meaty-plummy depths, bitter chocolate and expansive fields of spices in the finish. Drink now with a festive lamb roast, or watch it improve further over the next decade or two. Not for the faint-hearted!

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