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Right Side Of The Tracks Coonawarra Merlot 2014
  • 2016 Red Wine of the Year Finalist
  • From veteran grower Bill Brand
  • Superb value for a top Coonawarra red

Right Side Of The Tracks Coonawarra Merlot 2014 x12

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Bill Brand's wines are Coonawarra through and through - as is Bill! His grandfather got off the train at Coonawarra in 1902 and started work at John Riddoch's winery. The Brand family have lived in the region and been involved with Coonawarra wine ever since. This plush, generous Merlot is a superb red with plum and spice characters and a soft, lingering finish.

Wine Region

COONAWARRA

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Game pie, rare beef, osso buco.

Oak

French oak barrels & French oak staves

Colour

Bright, deep ruby purple

Nose

The complex aromas are showing spice, black cherries, ripe plum and chocolate.

Palate

Soft, full well balanced tannins with dark, ripe plum fruits and chocolate.

Background

Bill Brand's Right Side of the Tracks wines are Coonawarra through and through - as is Bill! His grandfather got off the train at Coonawarra in 1902 and started work at John Riddoch's winery. The Brand family have lived in the region and been involved with fine Coonawarra wine ever since.

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