A Bordeeau-style wine, with abundant, explosive characters of black cherry vanilla, toast and stone fruits, structured by opulent tannins. Primary flavors of spiced cedar and currant sweep through the palate and into the long, rich finish. Andy's Notes:
Don't be afraid of Merlot! It's a great wine when done the right way. And this wine is a nice value-buy. Full bodied, elegant and round; with plum, berry, and vanilla, on the palate.