Minimum order of 1 case or 6 bottles (Mixed or straight)
A little juicy, and a little smooth. Like reclining on a velvet lounge, the soft tannins of this juicy Merlot are poised and sophisticated, crafted by those who are brave enough to blend generations of Brown family winemaking wisdom into something, a little different.
The Brown & Co. Merlot 2021 unveils bright purple hues in the glass, foretelling a sensory adventure. Lifted aromas of red berries, dried herbs, and spices intertwine, accompanied by subtle hints of liquorice, creating an enticing olfactory experience. As you take a sip, these alluring aromas translate onto the palate, with the berry fruit flavours seamlessly balancing against the gentle tannins. This medium-bodied red wine offers a delightful combination of ripeness, juiciness, and flavoursome fruit. Its versatility knows no bounds, making it a perfect companion for a range of dishes, from succulent steak and vibrant salads to delectable cheeses and even Chinese cuisine. Whether enjoyed now or cellared for up to four years, this wine promises a captivating and rewarding experience.
As a medium bodied red, the Brown & Co. Merlot 2021 is good to enjoy on its own. Try it with a grilled venison steak served with a radish and cabbage lemon salad. This Merlot has great versatility, so a range of Chinese cuisine is a fantastic experience. It is also perfect with aged cheddar cheese and nut bread.
Following fermentation, 70% went to French oak barrels of which 5% was new. The balance was kept in tank to retain the dark berry fruits. Vegan-friendly.
In the glass, the Brown & Co. Merlot 2021 shows bright purple hues.
On the nose the wine presents lifted aromas of red berries dried herbs and spices with hints of liquorice.
|These aromas follow through to the palate where the berry fruit flavours balance the soft tannins. It is a medium bodied, versatile wine that can be enjoyed now.
|The grapes for this wine were sourced from our Heathcote vineyard in central Victoria. The fruit was harvested in mid to late March at baumé levels ranging from 13.5 to 14.0.