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Gartelmann Phillip Alexander Merlot Shiraz Petit Verdot Cabernet Blend 2010

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From the heart of the Hunter Valley comes this unique, multi-layered blend from one of the region's most interesting producers, Gartelmann Wines.
 
This blend of four classic varieties has spicy, aromatic red fruit aromas and a hint of pine needles on the nose. Restrained and elegant, its juicy palate has vibrant red fruit flavours with coffee and licorice complexity.

  • Order Code: GARTE30610
  • Wine variety: Merlot Blend
  • Region: Hunter Valley
  • Winemaker: Damien Stevens
  • Best Drinking: Now to 2015
  • Food Match: Barbecued venison
  • Light Oak Heavy Oak [?]
  • Light Full-bodied [?]
  • Soft Firm [?]
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Written by Toni Baker 11/04/12

We are very delighted with this wine. The flavours are perfect and suit our palates, BUT where and when can we get more?