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Black Wattle Mt Benson Merlot 2013
  • Winner of 1 Bronze medal
  • From acclaimed winemaker Neil Doddridge
  • Made in plush, generous, smooth style

Black Wattle Mt Benson Merlot 2013 x12

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1 Bronze
Year after year, Black Wattle excels at wine shows, winning awards for stylish, intensely flavoursome cool-climate wines grown in Mt Benson, South Australia. This is a textbook example of Merlot, boasting concentrated dark berry fruit with hints of spice and chocolate.

Awards

1 Bronze

Wine Region

SOUTH AUSTRALIA-MOUNT BENSON

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Merlot

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Pan grilled fillet mignon with buttered mushrooms and silky mashed potatoes.

Oak

New used French oak.

Colour

Deep purple red, bright and attractive.

Nose

Concentrated spice and fruit aromas of plums, hints of perfume and cherry combined with a touch of toasty French oak, resulting in a concentrated and complex fruit bouquet.

Palate

Concentrated mulberry and herbal fruit layered with spices and fine chocolate characters. Solid yet well balanced tannins with a fine acidity giving roundness and balance.

Background

South Australia's Limestone Coast is beginning to encroach on Coonawarra's uniqueness. There is no doubt that Coonawarra is this areas most renowned but coming from behind Padthaway, Wrattonbully, Robe and Mt Benson are all proving to be worthy contenders to the heavyweight title.

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