Your Account  |  Login
Cart 0 items: $0.00

Close

Qty Item Description Price Total
  SubTotal $0.00

View Cart

 

2010 MERLOT Napa Valley

2010 MERLOT Napa Valley
Wine Specs
Vintage
2010
Varietal
99% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Sauvignon
Appellation
Napa Valley
Acid
56.0 g/L
pH
3.64
Aging
18 Months in French Oak Barrels
Residual Sugar
0.3 g/L
Alcohol %
14.4%

2010 MERLOT Napa Valley

A flavorful dry Merlot  with excellent depth and balance, flavors include currant, enticing blackberry and spice with a smooth chocolate-toffee aftertaste.

Mix and Match your purchase.

10% CASE (12 btl.) DISCOUNT APPLIED AT CHECKOUT.

AWARD WINNER-2014 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition - Double Gold Medal
In Stock
Add To Cart
$36.00
/ Each
SKU: WR2012
Add To Cart
$432.00
/ Case of 12
 

Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Gorgeous ripe fruit aromas that are rich and distinctive of ripe black cherries framed by a bouquet of spicy, toasty oak and black licorice. A flavorful wine with excellent depth and balance, the flavors include currant, enticing blackberry and spice, with a smooth chocolate-toffee aftertaste. It is a lush and supple, medium-bodied red wine with soft tannins and black fruit flavors lingering on a long aftertaste.
Awards
Double Gold Medal - 2014 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Vineyard Notes
Our Merlot was harvested primarily from our estate vineyard adjacent to the Castello.
Food Pairing Notes
Excellent companion to most meat based dishes, especially roast lamb and duck, and flavorful cheeses and chese filled pastas. Try with grilled pork tenderloin with a Chinese 5 spice marinade.
Production
2,009 cases
Other Notes
Meant for cellaring up to 10 years.
Product Reviews
Elizabeth Van Den Akerboom's Gravatar
Elizabeth Van Den Akerboom
1 1 1 1 1
(Oct 22, 2013 at 4:26 PM)
What a wonderful,wine! Smooth and flavorful. A great wine to kick off the evening.

Add A Product Review
E-Mail me when someone reviews this product

Leave this field blank:

Enter your email below to receive our newsletter

Blog

Latest from the Blog

Read the Blog