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Cheviot Bridge CB Cabernet/Merlot 2000

Bordeaux Red Blends from Australia
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    Winemaker David O'Leary has sourced Cabernet Sauvignon from some of Australia's finest regions for this wine; Central Victoria, the Limestone Coast and Yarra Valley. The Merlot is from the Murphy vineyard at Trentham cliffs in New South Wales. The bouquet is full of blackberries complexed by French oak. The Merlot shows up on the mid-palate offering a juicy, supple flavor and delightful texture. This wine is delicious to drink now, or can be put away for 2 to 3 years to be futher rewarded.

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    Cheviot Bridge, Australia
    Cheviot Bridge is a name to watch in the world of wine. The Cheviot Bridge Wine company based in Melbourne Australia brings together the passion and integrity of a group of Australia’s leading wine professionals, some fantastic vineyards and a singular devotion to making great wine.

    The company’s sole objective is to deliver to the wine lovers of America, Australia’s finest wines of distinction.

    Cheviot Bridge began as a dream three years ago when four vineyard owners decided to produce and market small amounts of wine from their vineyards in the emerging Yea Valley to showcase the superior quality of their fruit, which had previously all been sold to larger wine producers. The concept grew to include increased amounts of estate wines plus a second range of less expensive wines with greater volume potential.

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