Merlot IGP Pays d'Oc 2017 Domaine Massillan

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Merlot IGP Pays d'Oc 2017 Domaine Massillan

1 review
Regular price £11.60
Tax included.
1 bottle

The 7th generation of the Reboul family use conventional viticulture in their stunning Pic Saint Loup vineyard in Vaucluse. Hot sunny days and sea breezes benefit the Merlot grapes, which are hand harvested at full ripeness before fermentation. They use organic farming methods and are in conversion for certification. One of our top choices for every day reds.

In the Glass

Cherry red with garnet highlights. Intense aromas of black berry fruit with hints of black pepper and spice. Rich, well-balanced palate with lots of cherry and blackberry aromas, subtle spice and round, soft tannins. Good structure and long length.

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Country
France
Region
Languedoc
Grape
Merlot
Alcohol
14%
Style
Soft & Fruity

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06/23/2021
Rebecca H.
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A people pleaser Merlot

This merlot is soft and fruity but certainly not flabby! A wine that is elegant and delicious and is perfect for everyday drinking either with or without food, this wine will please your tastebuds!

06/23/2021
Wine At Home

We love the fullness of flavour with all the softness and subtlety of the Merlot grape at such an affordable price. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a review! It is really helpful.

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