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Merlot has a bad rap, ever since the movie Sideways had a diatribe against it. But it's a wonderful grape. Read our illustrated guide below
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Merlot, which in French means The Little Blackbird, is the second most popular red grape in North America (after Cabernet Sauvignon). Merlot gives the wine a deep colour, lots of body and alcohol, and a low tannin content (lower than Cabernet Sauvignon). No doubt, it is an elegant grape variety with a feminine character. Our selection of Merlot Fronsac Cuvée Tradition by Château du Bergey 2016 You’ve surely heard about the joy 2016 Bordeaux brings, and today you can finally experience all…
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Next in the wine cheat sheet series: Merlot! The full collection of wine cheat sheets is here. To see the Cheat Sheet in full size… …in Internet Explorer, right click on it and select “open in new tab.” …in Chrome, right click on it and select “open link in new tab.” …in Firefox, right click on it and select “view image.” You may also be interested in: French Wine Cheat Sheet Bordeaux Wine Cheat Sheet California Wine Cheat Sheet Washington and Oregon Wine Cheat Sheet Chilean Wine Cheat Sheet…
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MERLOT: Rote Johannisbeere, Kirsche, Heidelbeere, Himbeere, Zeder, Minze, Gras, Vanille
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Sometimes wine is daunting, and the fact that vintages change every year is one of the reasons. Was 2014 better than 2015? Worse? How are you supposed...
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Pouring Red Wine Art Photography #merlot
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Looking for a new dry red wine? From Cabernet Sauvignon to Shiraz, we’ve got you covered. Whether it’s your first time buying or you just need a refresher course in the basics, find out about the best dry red wines today.
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Merlot, used primarily as a blending grape in traditional [Bordeaux wine](https://www.masterclass.com/articles/what-is-bordeaux), has now become dominant as a wine in its own right. Merlot is a great introductory wine thanks to its smooth finish and ability to pair with many types of food.
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