Main Divide Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon

Main Divide Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon


£16.50

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Tasting Note

Made in the same style as Bordeaux red blends, this is matured for 12-18 months in oak barrels. Super accessible, fruit forward spicy plum and cassis notes are added to by a slight smokiness to create a perfectly delicious tipple.

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About this wine

Vintage

2017

Producer

Main Divide

Region

Waipara Valley

Country

New Zealand

Grape

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

Style

Full-bodied

ABV

13.5%

Closure

Screw cap

Drink by

2022

Goes well with

Lamb chops and redcurrant jelly

The Producer

Main Divide

Main Divide is named after the local name for the Southern Alps on New Zealand's South Island. The wine is made by local Matthew Donaldson, whose aim is to create a clean, pure and natural expression of the vineyards. This means sustainable viticulture, organic practices as much as possible, low crop levels, and minimal handling of fruit during processing. This has New Zealand at its heart.

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