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Ripe plum flavors with a warm touch of spice.This Merlot is bold, smooth, and easy on the palate.Read more...
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I was a little leary but this isn't a bad wine. Fairly smooth, somewhat round without the mustiness I get with most lower priced Merlot. Read more
Easy drink fruity Merlot Read more
"[ yellow tail ]® Merlot has plum aromas and a touch of that typical Aussie spice. Soft tannins complement the ripe fruit flavors and deliver a fine Read more
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"[ yellow tail ]® Merlot has plum aromas and a touch of that typical Aussie spice. Soft tannins complement the ripe fruit flavors and deliver a fine
Like a cassis candy wrapped in vanilla-scented chocolate, this is a tasty red for a crowd, a bargain-priced party pour.
Bright and lively, this is juicy with plum and berry flavors, shaded with hints of mint and cedar. Drink now.
Soft and supple, with sweet cherry and herb flavors prominent, lingering on the generous finish. Drink now.
Nutty-brambly aromas and red fruit on the nose lead to plum and black raspberry fruit on the palate. There's some caramel flavor here, but it's not as prevalent as it has been in other wines by this brand. Flavors are a little bright overall, but it's still a good value.
Ripe plum flavors with a warm touch of spice.This Merlot is bold, smooth, and easy on the palate.
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