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Bold, complex and dense with notes of wild berries, smoke, anise and mocha aromas. Jammy berry notes dominate with a sweet spice nuance for added depth. Strong, velvety tannins frame the lingering finish.
Captivating aromas and flavors of black cherries, violets, sweet oak, cola and vanilla are complemented by soft tannins in this full-bodied Merlot.
Complex aromas of dark berries, juicy black cherries, leather, and vanilla. The palate excudes intense flavors of blackberry, cassis, vanilla bean, and forest floor that are balanced by an impressive tannin-acid structure.
Bold aromas of black cherry, blackberry, boysenberry and a peppery spice. Concentrated dark fruit flavors of black cherry, and black currant give way to notes of nutmeg, white pepper and hints of vanilla.
Fruit-forward aromas and flavors of black cherry, raspberry, and blueberry cream pie give way to hints of mulled spices, pepper and vanilla bean. Soft tannins and nice acidity prime the palate for a long finish.
Crisp and full with aromas and flavors of yellow apple, stone fruit, citrus zest, vanilla, and caramel. Richly textured palate with a bright acidity for a soft and balanced finish.
Displays bright flavors and aromas of citrus blossom, mandarin orange zest, and jasmine tea complemented by a touch of honey. 15% Gewürztraminer blended in adds additional complexity.
Ripe raspberry and dark berry aromas. The palate is full and soft with the concentration one would expect from clones with small clusters. Cherry cola and ripe berry flavors fill the palate.
Bright aromas of cherry cola, and red raspberry leap from the glass. The red berry fruit aromas carry through to the palate with notes of baking spice and vanilla that add complexity to the wine.
Vibrant aromas of Fuji apple, citrus zest, stone fruit and vanilla, complemented by a full, lush palate of toasted oak, bread dough and caramel. Bright acidity and fullness while still maintaining a soft, round finish.