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Lot 792 2017 Columbia Valley Merlot
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Lot 792 | 2017 Columbia Valley

Merlot

A gorgeous Merlot shiner from some of the best talent in all of Washington state.

$20.00

(7 Reviews)

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7 Reviews Total

EddyKay

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Medium Dry

A pleasant Merlot for daily drinking. A nice flavor with a mild finish. Those that don't care for the heavy wines will enjoy this one.

Salvador

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Lighter merlot

Enjoyed it, but it's a little light for my taste. However I'd still say it's a great value.

kevin

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decent merlot

This is a well made wine. Enjoyable but not a standout.

For me, I generally prefer California style wines over WA wines. WA wines are usually more austere, more earthy, and more delicate, somewhere between CA and a French or Northern Italian region wine. This merlot falls in this "tweener" category. I don't always need a CA fruit bomb and with some varietals like a pinot, refined and austere is preferable, but for a merlot, give me a bit more depth.

Again, this wine is tasty but it is not a standout. of the shiner series from WA, I rated them 5/4/3 respectively for the 791/792/793.

Elizabeth

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Merlot star

This is a merlot for pinot noir and cab lovers alike. It was pouring with flavor. I think I even prefer it to 734.

Spence & Leah

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Great flavor

This drank like a cab in all the best ways. It was bold in favor, well-balanced, and dry. This is exactly what we're looking for in a wine. Will definitely buy again.

Joseph

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Super merlot

Best of both worlds with soft, yielding tannins and mouth-coating, long lasting flavors. A rich but accessible red wine!

Random Coil

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Good QPR

Solid value. Decent fruit and good finish. This is on the light side of Merlot, which is not surprising given its WA origins.