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Caudo Olympiad Merlot 2014
  • Smooth, soft, silky Merlot
  • As lovely as the rose it's named after
  • Stylish and elegant - a beauty

Caudo Olympiad Merlot 2014 x12

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This lovely Merlot comes from Joe and Christine Caudo's property, which is situated on a beautiful stretch of the Murray River, in South Australia. The property was originally a rose farm, and all the wines are named after roses. The Olympiad rose is a deep, luscious red - just like the Merlot! It's smooth, soft, sumptuous and silky ... a real beauty.

Wine Region

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Beef casserole.

Oak

Subtle use of French oak.

Colour

Bright red with crimson hues.

Nose

Red berry notes with cherry and violet aromas with subtle oak.

Palate

Bright red raspberries, jubey mid palate with powdery tannin finish.

Background

The Caudos' vineyards are found in the Riverland region in South Australia, a vital area for Australia's wine production. This region is one that continuously contributes to our export success and recognition for producing wines that are consistently at a high level of quality at an exceptional price. The vineyard was once a successful rose farm, and the wines feature the names of roses (Olympiad, Peace and Honor) as a tribute to its history.

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