The Five Rivers 2011 Merlot (Monterey County) wine is of the Merlot variety from the USA, produced within the nan vineyard in the California province. The cost is $15. This wine has a score of 78/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This is a loose, spicy wine, packed with fresh, juicy red fruits along with a mineral texture. It is still fresh and fruity, with good acidity to keep the wine fresh. It is still young, still tannic, still developing its own rich aftertaste. Drink from 2030.
The long-life wine is heavily wood-aged and tight, with a tight, tannic core of acidity and a dry core of overripe black fruits. It needs time to soften, so watch it for at least six years.
The wine is soft and open, with a balanced mix of black currant and spice flavors. It’s dry, lightly perfumed and ready to drink now.
The wine is dark and dense. It has rich fruit flavors that are balanced with a tightly knit tannin structure. The fruit is showing through now, with the black fruits. The wine needs time to open up, so wait until 2018.
This is the first vintage of this wine from a vineyard named after a legendary river valley pioneer. The wine is silky and silky, with a refreshing acidity that gives it lift and length. The acidity gives freshness to the finish. Drink from 2017.
This is a ripe, rounded wine with black plum fruit and plenty of fruit acidity. The acidity is just right at the moment giving the wine a lift. Drink now.
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