Noble Vines 181 Merlot Wine

Noble Vines 181 Merlot Wine

Noble Vines 181 Merlot Wine

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Introducing Noble Vines 181 Merlot Wine – a masterpiece born from the renowned 181 clone, meticulously nurtured in California's esteemed vineyards by Noble Vines. This exceptional Merlot embodies the essence of the 181 clone, renowned for its depth and complexity, resulting in a wine that seamlessly marries tradition with innovation.

As you pour Noble Vines 181 Merlot, the wine unveils a deep, garnet hue, captivating the eye and promising a rich tasting experience. The aroma is an inviting blend of dark berries, plum, and a hint of vanilla, creating an olfactory symphony that preludes the wine's complexity.

On the palate, this Merlot unfolds with grace and sophistication. Silky tannins embrace flavors of ripe black cherry, blackberry, and subtle nuances of cocoa, delivering a well-balanced and velvety mouthfeel. The integration of French oak aging imparts a touch of vanilla and toasty oak, adding layers of depth to the wine's character.

The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a lasting impression of the wine's rich fruit profile and the careful craftsmanship behind its production. Versatile and approachable, Noble Vines 181 Merlot is a stellar companion to various cuisines or a delightful choice for those seeking an elegant wine experience.

Noble Vines 181 Merlot is not just a wine; it's a celebration of terroir, grape cloning, and the art of winemaking. Elevate your moments with the velvety richness of Noble Vines 181 Merlot – where tradition and innovation converge in every bottle. Cheers to the exceptional taste of Noble Vines.

Appearance:
Noble Vines 181 Merlot graces the glass with a deep and inviting garnet hue, promising richness and complexity in every pour.

Nose:
The aroma is a captivating bouquet of dark berries and plum, underscored by a subtle hint of vanilla. This harmonious blend creates an olfactory experience that anticipates the wine's depth and sophistication.

Palate:
On the palate, the wine unfolds with elegance. Silky tannins embrace flavors of ripe black cherry and blackberry, creating a velvety mouthfeel that captivates the senses. Subtle nuances of cocoa add layers of complexity, showcasing the depth inherent in the renowned 181 clone. The integration of French oak aging introduces a touch of vanilla and toasty oak, contributing to the wine's refined character.

Finish:
The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a lasting impression of the wine's rich fruit profile. Noble Vines 181 Merlot concludes with a subtle reminder of the careful craftsmanship that went into its creation. The lingering notes of dark berries and the touch of oak contribute to a memorable and harmonious conclusion.

Grapes are sourced from a number of Delicato-owned vineyards in the Central Coast and the Central Valley, including the single-vineyard AVA San Bernabe in Monterey County, and the Clay Station vineyard in Lodi.
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