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Gallows Wine Co. The Gallows Margaret River Merlot 2014
  • Mouthwatering Margaret River Merlot
  • Smooth, rich, deep and luscious
  • This is a stunner. Serve it with something special

Gallows Wine Co. The Gallows Margaret River Merlot 2014 x12

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From the winery behind the 2009 Red Wine of the Year winner comes a Merlot that stands out from the crowd. This luscious red from Margaret River is overflowing with juicy plum, cherry and spice flavours, while the smooth, rounded tannins make it a pleasure to sip.

Wine Region

MARGARET RIVER

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Lamb rack with parsnip chips, wilted spinach and cranberry cider glaze.

Oak

9 months in older French oak.

Colour

Deep purple.

Nose

The wine has a bouquet of pure varietal characters of mulberry and plums complexed with integrated spice and vanillin oak.

Palate

Silky notes of mulberry and plum fruit characters flow onto the palate to mingle with mocha flavours finishing with a velvety mouthfeel. Firm yet fine tannins and great length ensuring this wine will offer good medium-term cellaring.

Background

Margaret River is home to some of the best surf breaks in Australia. This wine is named after one of the most famous - The Gallows.

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