Starts with some rather baked fruit aromas, but quickly settles down to deliver balanced plum and cherry fruit on a medium-bodied frame. Dry and slightly peppery on the finish. Imported by Hemingway and Hale.
This is what easy-drinking Merlot is all about. Chocolate, cassis and eraser form a nice bouquet, while vanilla and tobacco meld with red fruit and cassis in the mouth. Stock up, then drink up. Imported by Hemingway & Hale.
Light red fruits with herb accents mark this value red. Not sweet or jammy, it’s rather more like a petit-chateau Bordeaux. Has some tang and tannins, and it’s a refreshing change from other soft, often cloying, inexpensive Merlots. Imported by Hemingway and Hale.
This 50-50 blend is dominated by the Sauvignon Blanc, but tamed by the Chardonnay. Smoky and flinty on the nose, with mineral and fresh herb flavors, and a citrusy finish. It’s light in weight, without a lot of intensity, but what did you expect for $7? Imported by Hemingway and Hale.
Has some tasty elements, ranging from grilled peaches to roasted nuts, but they fail to come together with a true sense of harmony, leaving rough edges behind on the slightly bitter finish. Imported by Hemingway and Hale.