Merlot is a classic grape, known for creating some of the most
sought-after wines of the world, from easy-drinking to ageworthy
collectibles. We've put together three wines from top tier
producers that represent some of the best of this grape. Regions
represented include: Washington State's Columbia Valley, California's
Sonoma Valley, and St.-Émilion, France.
- Gundlach Bundschu Estate Merlot
A layered, brooding, complex wine with aromas of deep red cherry, strawberry, dried tobacco leaf
and lavender. Enters soft, with black plum flavors that deepen into dark coffee, cocoa, smoke
and earth and a smooth, velvet texture. Notes of minerality, dried sage and bright cherry return
at the finish.
- L'Ecole 41 Merlot
Rich with pretty aromatic aromas of nutmeg, clove and spice, this dark and brooding Merlot shows
black cherry, blackberry, and earthy dark fruit flavors encased in a peppery, cocoa, toasty
- Chateau Graves de Peyroutas Saint-Emilion
An elegant nose of small red berry fruit opening into ginger spice with supple tannins.
You will feel raspberry aromas followed by rich cherry and blackcurrant flavors with vanilla on
the finish. A fruity and well balanced wine with great length.
Please note that due to the popularity of this
product, we reserve the right to substitute like wines and vintages of equal or greater