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Lot 737 2018 Sierra Foothills Meritage

Lot 737 | 2018 Sierra Foothills


A rich, vibrant Bordelaise blend with a terrific sense of place.


(14 Reviews)

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14 Reviews Total


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Needs a remix!

I'm underwhelmed, not up to the usual CH standards!


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Didn't wow me

This wine is not a bad wine, just didn't wow me. Lacked alittle something I can't quite put my finder on.


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Not a fave, maybe with time

Not a favorite. But, I think this wine might be better after a couple of years of laying.


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Enjoyed this wine

I felt this wine was better than some of the reviews it is getting. My wife is tough to please, and she very much enjoyed this wine as well! I would definitely get it again and was a very good Meritage


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A swing and a miss

Possible this sense of place is just not for us - we found this wine to be unduly harsh. The only CH wine that has ever disappointed us,


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Meritage blends are our favorite and while we really enjoyed this wine, it may have benefited from sitting a bit longer. Also it is worth letting it breath for some time.


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Take a Chance

If you're open to getting beyond heavy CA cabs, this Bordelaise blend delivers. Don't agonize over how to pair it - drink it with about anything and enjoy your new risk-taker self. Cab Franc fans will rank this high for an everyday wine.


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I was disappointed with this Meritage since it didn't have the qualities of others I enjoyed. I wouldn't buy it again and hope in years to come, it gets better since there's more in the cellar.


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Very nice

This is a very berry forward wine. Good bit of oak after aerating. Nice red.


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Good now, with a promise of much better later

I was drawn to this offering by the unusual combination of nearly equal parts Cab Franc and Petit Verdot. Petit Verdot is a different grape in sunny climates, as compared to Petit Verdot grown in the short growing season of France. I was not disappointed. I could readily identify the influence of each grape and there was nothing to complain about. Big and complex. The wine tasted young to me, so I will come back to it when it is 5 years old. Meanwhile, I will buy a bunch more, because I am sure it will develop. Finally - this is outrageous for such an inexpensive wine!