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      Norfolk Rise Vineyard Merlot

      Current Vintage: 2015
      Current Vintage: 2015 | 12x750ml Bottles | RRP: $18.99 | Our Price: $14.99 | Cracka Rating: 4/54

      Producer: Norfolk Rise Vineyard Type: Red Varietal: Merlot Region: Mount Benson, SA

      Our Price: $179.88 per case (12)
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      • If you want a guaranteed crowd-pleasingg wine then the Norfolk Rise Merlot is going top kick goals every time. It’s a wine you don’t need to question, it just delivers medium bodied class in the glass every time. It’s elegantly framed by cherry, chocolate and hints of vanilla that follow onto the generous palate that shows good length and soft tannins. This wine tastes alarmingly good with barbecued lamb chops.
        Cracka Wine Rating90
      • Appearance
        Medium crimson red.

        Aroma
        Fragrant violets, sweet cherries, dark chocolate, a hint of dried herbs and lightly spiced cedar.

        Palate
        Cherry, plum and forest fruit flavours balanced by chocolate and vanilla oak notes, finishing with good length and soft fine tannins.

        Food Matching
        Grilled lamb chops, rabbit casserole, mushroom ravioli, roast veal, wood fired pizza.

        Alc/Vol: 14.0%
      • James Halliday (2010 Vintage) says:

        Bright crimson-purple; a fresh, bright and juicy merlot, with redcurrant fruit to the fore on a supple, medium-bodied palate, tannins appearing on the finish in convincing manner. Bargain.

        Best Drinking: 2020
        James Halliday's top value wines $20 & under
        93

        James Halliday (2007 Vintage) says:

        light colour; has clear varietal expression with cassis/red fruits offset by fresh acidity; good balance and length to a light-bodied wine.

        Australian Wine Companion 2011 2010

        James Halliday (2006 Vintage) says:

        Light colour and body, but in an almost Burgundian fashion; has surprising flavour and movement on the palate and finish. At its best now.

        Australian Wine Companion 2010 2009
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