The wine is characterized by a distinct ruby red color with an elegant fruity taste of blackberry and an extremely pleasant long and balanced finish.
it was created by crossing Cabernet Franc with the lesser-known
Magdeleine Noire des Charentes variety.
Merlot is a variety of the right bank of Bordeaux with the participation of as much as 60% of the total plantings in this region.
The best results are obtained in Pomerol and Saint Emilion.
Merlot from colder regions has a lot of tannins and earthy aromas, so it resembles Cabernet Sauvignon.
Goes well with Cabernet Sauvignon.
Young Merlot is full of aromas of cherry, raspberry, plum and red and black currant. Many producers from
warmer regions put it in oak barrels for two years to give it a more complex body and aromas
of toast, oak, smoke and tar.