Dorrien Estate Bin 2 Merlot 2014
  • Merlot fans - don't miss this!
  • Soft, velvety berry fruit
  • Classic red at a bargain price

Dorrien Estate Bin 2 Merlot 2014 x12

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Here's a boutique Merlot from a winery rated 5 red stars by James Halliday. It's classic Merlot through and through - soft, rich plum fruit and velvety smooth tannins. It's drinking beautifully right now but will also reward careful cellaring through to 2018.

Wine Region

South Australia.

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Seared kangaroo fillet with Moroccan spices.

Oak

6 - 12 months matured on oak.

Colour

Deep plum red with crimson hues.

Nose

Lifted aromas of raspberry and violets with hints of vanillin oak.

Palate

Bright fresh rasperries with a juicy mid palate and fine powdery tannins in this flavoursome wine.

Background

Dorrien Estate was originally established in the 1950s as the winery for Woodley Queen Adelaide which went on to become one of Australia's most successful wine brands. Today, it's located halfway between Nuriootpa and Tanunda in the heart of the Barossa Valley. It's a large, state-of-the-art winery with modern crushing, fermentation and oak maturation facilities, producing a wide variety of wines - but only a small, premium quality range under its own 'Dorrien Estate' brand, like this outstandingly smooth, soft Merlot.

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