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Pioneers Rest Merlot 2016
  • Full, round and soft Merlot
  • Bright, fresh raspberries and toasty vanillin oak
  • Enjoy with risottos, pasta and pizza

Pioneers Rest Merlot 2016 x12

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Pioneers Rest celebrates Australia's fascinating early pioneers and their endeavours in establishing the great viticultural regions of Australia. This generous Merlot has all the fruitiness and softness that has made the variety so popular.

Wine Region

SOUTH EAST AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Enjoy with quail, risottos, pasta and pizza.

Oak

Subtle use of oak.

Colour

Bright red with crimson tinges.

Nose

Ripe raspberry fruit characters with a hint of violet.

Palate

Full, round and soft with good depth of flavour. Sweet fruit of bright fresh red raspberries, with a toasty vanillin oak influence and powdery cocoa like lingering tannins.

Background

Colonel Peter Egerton Warburton is one of Australia's fascinating early pioneers. He rested at his property, Norley Bank after his forays out west and indulged his passion for cultivating the vine. In recognition of his passion for wine and his efforts in opening up this great country, this wine has aromas of plum and spice with a toasty vanillin oak influence and soft lingering tannins fill the palate.

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