Current Category Australian Red Wines > Merlot

Australian Merlot and its flavour components are often described as plum, plum skin or stewed plum and velvety soft in the mouth. It is still early days to be certain as to where the consistently best wines will grow, but as a guide,anywhere cabernet sauvignon will succeed,merlot will too.Merlot is Australia’s quiet achiever. Its popularity has risen drastically over the past few years, largely due to its easy drinking nature; its soft structure and fruit filled palate have given the variety a reputation for being a great red for white drinkers. A good Merlot will have an abundance of juicy red fruit and plum flavours, a smooth texture and soft, silky tannins. Merlot goes really well with a wide range of foods, from pasta dishes with tomato sauces, to pasta,pizzas, and most red meats and cheeses


Fox Creek Reserve Merlot (Limited) 2001 McLaren Vale Region South Australia 750ml x 12 : $548.35
Gapsted Merlot Ballerina Canopy Range 2002 Regional King & Apline Valleys Victoria 750ml x 12 : $307.02
Gossips Merlot 750ml x 12 : $79.76
Granite Hills Merlot 2002 Macedon Ranges Region Victoria 750ml x 12 : $285.19
Grant Burge Hillcot Merlot 2002 Barossa Valley Region South Australia 750ml x 12 : $252.14
Groundrey Homested Range Merlot 2002 Margaret River Region Western Australia 750ml x 12 : $230.11
Ingram Rd Merlot 2010 Yarra Valley Region Victoria 750ml x 12 : $216.72
Hanging Rock "The Rock" Merlot 750ml x 12 : $170.14
Hardy's Nottage Hill Merlot South Eastern Region Australia 750ml x 6 : $75.95
Hardys R&R Merlot Regional South Australia 750ml x 6 : $65.95
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