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David Lowe Wines Merlot 2016
  • Handmade Merlot from top NSW winemaker
  • An elegant style, with soft ripe berry fruit
  • Enjoy with venison steak and mash

David Lowe Wines Merlot 2016 x12

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David Lowe is one of the most passionate advocates of NSW wine and here's a great example what the region can achieve with this rich, smooth, luscious Merlot. Displaying an excellent balance of dark berry fruit and oak characters with a subtle spice complexity, it will pair wonderfully with your favourite red meat.

Wine Region

NEW SOUTH WALES

Drink Until

2022

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Venison steak with potato mash.

Oak

Subtle use of oak - minimal older oak.

Colour

Deep ruby red, purple hues

Nose

Lifted plum and cherry fruit with a hint of spice

Palate

A medium to full-bodied style of Merlot displaying an excellent balance of dark berry fruits and oak characters with subtle spice complexity. Firm yet fine tannins lead to an attractive soft finish.

Background

David Lowe is a prominent wine industry advocate. He passionately supports smart farming, rural land custodianship and regionalism. David Lowe Wines represents the culmination of these ideals and the more than 35 years David has championed the virtues of premium New South Wales wine growing regions.

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