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California MerlotCalifornia Merlot has gotten a bad rap, but much of it was earned. Miles, the character in Sideways who won't drink Merlot, wasn't saying anything we hadn't heard before.
That said, there is a lot of great Merlot being grown in California. The trick is to find the good ones floating in the ocean of bad Merlot.
That is where a great store like 67 Wine comes in. We aren't buying out of a price book, or looking at fancy labels. We taste the wines, and buy the ones we like. We have a few we carry because our customers like them and want them, and there is nothing wrong with that. We aren't so stuck up that we feel we know better thatn our customers what they should be drinking. We just have no problem finding 30 or 40 really good Merlots at the right prices.
No one admits to buying wine by the label, but now you can. Full-bodied and full-flavored, RED blends superior Sonoma fruit, high-quality winemaking and a palatable price in a sophisticated wine that's easy to like and easy to buy.... more
Black and bing cherry fruit is complemented by spicy qualities, notes of white pepper and even a whiff of cinnamon, backed up by a cedar and light caramel component that comes from the wine`s time in oak. This wine goes well with smoked chicken, ... more
Packed with deep, dark berry fruit and nuanced hints of cocoa, herb and earth with a soft structure. It's velvety texture makes Merlot instantly appealing and an obvious alternative to similar, more tannic Bordeaux varieties.2008: 87 Points
This wine is a blend of three distinctive varietals, each
contributing the uniqueness of its singlularity. Zinfandel
provides a blackberry-like peppery spiciness. while Merlot
adds a mature fruity bell pepper quality and Cabernet
Franc adds a ... more
Our Blue Label Merlot has brilliant, deep garnet color with aromas of bright red cherries and clove spice. Supple red plum and black cherry flavors highlight the palate, with subtle notes of light milk chocolate and vanilla bean evident on the long ... more
2009: 86 Points
- Steve Heimoff, Wine Enthusiast
: "Another Best Buy Merlot from Bogle. The wine is just as you want a nice Merlot to be, rich and soft and flavorful in cherries, with a kiss of smoky oak. "
Hand-crafted with more
Red Velvet shows an incredible nose of chocolate, deep rich blackberries, red fruits and a creamy mocha finish that is unmistakable in its intensity and length. Our Red Velvet is a blend of Zinfandel, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s reminiscent ... more
Medium bodied and loaded with fruit, this wine is perfect for picnics and everyday dining; enjoy tonight with BBQ burgers..... more
Gnarly Head Authentic Red is a big, bold Zinfandel-led red blend that hails from a true grit American town: Lodi, California, where gnarled, old vines are pruned in a wild, mop-topped way called "head trained” – our true gnarly heads. These heroic ... more
2007: 90 Points
- Steve Heimoff, Wine Enthusiast
: "A very pretty Merlot, and a good price for the elegant quality. It’s dry and tannic, showing the Clos du Val style of controlled, somewhat aloof ripeness. There’s a rich, ... more
To craft our rich Merlot, fully ripened grapes from Lodi and North Valley are crushed and compelled over six times daily during fermentation to maximize the rich fruit flavors and deep color. This wine is blended with Petite Verdot to enhance berry ... more
In 1989, Carolyn and Jim Pride purchased the historic Summit Ranch in the Mayacamas Mountain Range of California. After 2½ years of extensive renovations, the family released their first vintage in 1991. A family-owned and operated company, Carolyn ... more
Ripe strawberry, tea, jam, and light coffee aromas. Well-integrated oak and plum flavors make this soft and velvety Merlot a charming wine with a long, flavorful finish.
Cheeses/ Pizza, Meat, Veal & ... more
Grapes for our TUSSOCK JUMPER Merlot were selected from among the best coastal growing regions in California. In these areas, warm sunny days provide optimum grape ripening while Pacific Ocean fog creates cool nights and maintain the acidity in the ... more