• Peter Dennis Fleurieu Merlot 2013

    This wine shows light, fresh, grassy characters on the nose and the front/middle palate, with the strength and full fruited persistence of the variety on the middle/end palate, giving the wine a long lingering finish that is definitely Merlot. I recommend that whilst this wine can be enjoyed now, bottle aging for a minimum of two to three years will greatly enhance it.

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