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Taylors Promised Land Merlot

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Here we have a real 'anytime, any place, anywhere' style of wine that would be great for any casual occasion when you want to kick back with your best mates. It's a soft and sumptuous drink that shows lots of dark plums, raspberries and mocha on the nose, then at first sip the palate is more medium-bodied (13.5% alcohol) and plushly fruited, with a satisfying plummy centre, gentle chocolaty tannins, and a smooth, juicy finish that makes this a guaranteed crowd pleaser.

Winemaker's Notes

This is a medium-bodied wine with a soft, round and gloriously fleshy palate. Delicious flavours of ripe plum, red berries abound with subtle coffee bean also evident.

This is what I call an“everyone everywhere” wine…the sort of wine that is just right to drink for “everyone everywhere”!! Soft and smooth this is one of those wines that is so drinkable it screams“just one more glass”!

Food: Roast Turkey with potatoes, apple stuffing & apple sauce

Cellaring: Although made for immediate enjoyment this wine may be matured for a short term in a good cellar.

Alcohol: 13.5%

Awards & Accolades

Double Gold - China Wine & Spirits Awards Best Value, 2015

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Taylors Promised Land Merlot

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James Halliday (2009 Vintage) says
Australian Wine Companion 2012 2011
Campbell Mattinson & Gary Walsh (2008 Vintage) says
Just because a wine is cheap doesn't necessarily mean that it's good value. This is (both cheap and good value), but it was a close-run thing. Sweet mulberries and dry, bitter herbs. The combination works, though the dryness of the tannin and its gamey accents make it a challenging wine to just sit and enjoy. It needs to be accompanied by food. Manages ably to avoid showing any dilute flavours. Satisfying enough.
The Big Red Wine Book 2010/11 2010

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