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Edna Valley Merlot 750ml

$12.99

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Critic Score
86/100
Blend
Merlot: 100%
User Rating
4.1 Stars
Producer
Edna Valley Vineyard
Alcohol %
13.80%
Pair With
Meat, Game, Cheese, Venison, Stew, Aged Cheese, Hotdishes, Pecorino
Size
750ml
Region
Central Coast
Notes
Color Wine brilliant bright straw color.Taste On the palate the wine bright chord tones exude pear, green apple, citrus, orange peel and honey. Such a lovely multi-layer combination of baking and highlights the nuances of vanilla touches. Elegance and charm flowers give hints of oak and caramel.Aroma The aroma of wine - layered with notes of honeysuckle, white peach, tangerine and papaya, as well as hints of vanilla and fresh pastries.Gastronomy The wine is perfect with seafood (shrimp, crab) in a spicy sauce aioli. In company with fruits, vegetables and soft cheese wine will be revealed even more elegant and unusual.
Critic Scores & User Ratings are based on an aggregated international Global Wine Score (GWS).
Edna Valley Merlot 750ml - Item Code: 08507

“Hess Collection” Chardonnay is made ​​from Chardonnay grapes grown in the vineyard Su’skol in southern Napa Valley near San Pablo Bay, where 175 acres of Chardonnay is grown only nine unique clones. Such diversity provides a rich selection of material winemakers to create a wine with a complex aroma. The terroir of the vineyard is influenced by the sea air with cool morning mists and stiff breezes in the afternoon. Temperature differences are not as great as in other regions, which creates ideal conditions for growing Chardonnay. Located in the ancient seabed, the vineyard has sandy loam and sandy soils, which are born small berries with intense fruit and citrus aroma and a clear, bright acidity. When vinification about 45% Chardonnay goes malolactic fermentation and aged in small oak French barrels (22% – new, and the rest – one-and two-year) for 9 months.

Donald Hess founded “Hess Collection Winery” in 1986 on the volcanic slopes of Mount Veeder Napa Valley and established a completely new approach to winemaking, becoming a leader in sustainable practices of organic farming. Along with its vineyards Mount Veeder, the famous Cabernet Sauvignon, the winery has received recognition and for other their vineyards, located in the north-east and south ends of the Napa Valley. Also, “Hess Collection Winery” supports successful partnerships with small family farms, which grow and supply of the best grapes in California.

Discover Cabernet Sauvignon Wines

Cabernet Sauvignon is a red wine grape variety from the vitis vinifera grape plant species. It is the world's most commonly planted red wine grape variety, and its wines have lately been rated as the most sought-after in the world. When vinified properly, it may produce a full-bodied, complex, fruit-forward, and dry wine. The Cabernet Sauvignon grape owes most of its fame to its origins in the Bordeaux area of France. Traditionally, these wines have a strong crimson and black fruit flavor with a pronounced tannic component.

Because of its flavor profile and simplicity of production, Cabernet Sauvignon is a popular grape type among wine consumers and vintners both. The vines are very resilient, adapting to a wide range of temperatures and terroirs. They grow grapes with thick skins that are resistant to harsh conditions such as frost and hail.

Cabernet Sauvignon has large yields, which is a major plus for winemakers since it is one of the most popular red wines in the world.

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