The Burgess 2007 Merlot (Napa Valley) wine is of the Merlot variety from the USA, produced within the nan vineyard in the California province. The cost is $28. This wine has a score of 84/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is a soft, fruity wine. It is soft, easy and ready to drink. The wine is ready to drink.
Aromas of black plum, underbrush, tobacco and toast unfold on this elegant red. It’s full-bodied and juicy, while finishing with a burst of fresh acidity.
The aroma is just off-putting, with a patch of smoky, smoky oak. The palate is solid and fresh with a sharp, sharp edge that delivers a smoky, red-currant-flavored finish.
This is an intriguing wine that has a warm, spicy edge that is balanced by the sweet fruit. It is ripe and full in the mouth, with a very fragrant, very fruity character. It will be best after 2020.
This Chardonnay starts with a touch of wood to go with the fruit. Floral, fresh and crisp, it has a tangy texture, with citrus and lemon notes. It is light because it is a wine to drink soon.
This is an accessible wine that has soft tannins that are already balanced. The acidity is just right, bringing out a sharp edge to the citrus and grapefruit fruitiness.
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