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New Eden Vineyards Eden Valley Merlot 2014
  • Classic style Merlot with intense, rich flavour
  • Smooth, plush texture makes this an enjoyable red
  • The perfect wine to serve with lamb or cheese

New Eden Vineyards Eden Valley Merlot 2014 x12

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New Eden stands proud as one of the Eden Valley's premier producers. This Merlot is a stylish, deep red with dark, spicy plum and berry flavours over a subtle oak background. Toasty vanilla notes round out the finish.

Wine Region

EDEN VALLEY

Drink Until

2021

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Salted, spiced and roasted whole duck.

Oak

Matured in oak for 12 months

Colour

Deep red with crimson hues.

Nose

Spicy, plum and dark berry nose with hints of toasty vanilla oak.

Palate

Medium bodied flavoursome wine. Rich, intense plum and dark berry fruit with subtle oak, and a long lingering finish balanced by fine tannins.

Background

EDEN: A place or state of great happiness, a paradise for all. NEW EDEN: A garden of vinous delights that grows the fruit of temptation. This says it all for this fantastic individual vineyard, the fruit that is grown here is superlative, providing an enormous temptation to all who wander.Shiraz is becoming renowned as a fantastic variety for this region.

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