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Laurance Margaret River Merlot (6-pack) 2013
  • 93 James Halliday Points
  • From a 5 Red Star Winery
  • From renowned Margaret River

Laurance Margaret River Merlot (6-pack) 2013 x6

$165.00

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"20 year old vines, includes 5% cabernet sauvignon, crushed, destemmed, open-fermented separately, cultured yeast, 12 days on skins, matured in French oak (40% new) for 15 months. This is serious merlot, blackcurrantcassis shot with notes of herb and mineral, plum notable for its absence, tannins by their presence." 93 points - James Halliday Wine Companion, October 2016.

Wine Region

MARGARET RIVER

Drink Until

2028

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

14.3%

Foods

Oak

French oak for 10 months.

Colour

Ruby red with purple hues.

Nose

Fresh red berry aromas accompany flavours of freshly roasted coffee dark chocolate and bay leaves.

Palate

The palate enters with rich, inky tannin and mulberry nuances. The finish is bold and ripe with a focused blueberry persistence.

Background

Laurance produces 9 wines in their portfolio under the label "Laurance of Margaret River". The wines are amongst the best in the region and are presented in unique and elegant screen printed bottles, providing a point of difference. The wine and the packaging have been recognized with outstanding national and international awards.

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