The Merriam 2000 Windacre Vineyard Merlot (Russian River Valley) wine is of the Merlot variety from the USA, produced within the Windacre Vineyard vineyard in the California province. The cost is $34. This wine has a score of 98/100 (an outstanding score).
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Ripe, juicy and open, it has a crisp, tangy core. Fresh citrus and lactic oak are all there, along with lemon zest. The finish is a refreshing, clean and refreshing one. The wine is ready to drink.
The wine is full-bodied and richly textured. It has ripe red-fruit flavors, a smooth texture and a generous, round aftertaste that gives it a final lift. The acidity and the rich fruitiness give the wine a fresh aftertaste.
This is a soft, ripe wine that has a soft, round character that is going to be ripe when it is ready. The spicy, almost sweet finish gives it a lift before it is ready to drink.
The Crown Jewels of the 2016 lineup are still a mystery, but it’s clear they’re not likely to reveal themselves until 2017. The wine is smooth and elegant, with a long, complex wine-fruit finish.
This is a powerful wine, full bodied and structured. It is a dense, concentrated wine that has a dense core of black pepper and dark black plum. It has a dense texture that has a juicy aftertaste. The black pepper and black plum fruits need time to fully develop, so wait until 2017 to drink.
This is a concentrated wine, full of ripe fruit and concentrated acidity. It has a richly textured aftertaste, with the structure to age well. The aftertaste is a lingering expression of the ripe fruit. Drink from 2017.
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