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“The 2007 Pinot Noir wasverywell-balanced with an interplay of earth and cherry, and the Meritage from the same vintage kept developing in the glass andwill likelyoffersomefun and nuanced flavors as it ages.”
“Nat Simons, who the report said runs a unit of Renaissance called Meritage that doles out money to external investment managers, wrote in a November 2003 email that Meritage employees had been told by an investment consultant that "Madoff will have a serious problem within a year.”
“So wines that are labeled a Bordeaux blend will be made up of some of these grapes, in California Bordeaux Blends are also called Meritage, it rhymes with Heritage.”
“To make a reservation, call Meritage at (414) 479-0620.”
“Dominus has been widely recognized as an iconic producer of Bordeaux styled, or 'Meritage' wines.”
“A great Cabernet Sauvignon, or a red Bordeaux blend, may have other names, such as Meritage in the new world, but the best compliment is still to call it a great Bordeaux blend.”
“I think the marketing aspect of the term "Meritage" is worth noting...”
“In your travels you might see wine labeled "Meritage" and wonder --not surprisingly -- just what it is.”
“From what I've been told, wineries must pay the Meritage Association a fee and become a member of their organization in order to use the trademarked term "Meritage" on their wines.”
“Thus, you'll find many bottlings, high end, even, comprised of blends similar to what you're describing, but without the "Meritage" designation due to a winery opting not to pay this fee.”
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