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“Do check out other offerings from my loving and loveable press which reveals what can happen from poets who make instead of simply inherit language hence, the press itself is named after "meritage," a word created to describe the Bordeaux-style of wine-making that uses California-grown grapes.”
“Reflecting how poets make instead of inherit language, the press is named after "meritage," a word created to describe the Bordeaux-style of wine-making that uses California-grown grapes.”
“meritage" catetory that seem more like a way to use up extra lots of lesser reds than anything else.”
“Damiani offers several versions of merlot and pinot, as well as a cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, a meritage, and even asyrah.”
“Now, the pair has released its own would-be cult wine, a meritage blend called Tetra that draws cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc and petit verdot grapes from four Napa vineyards.”
“This is the group, and the Sannino's bottling either our merlot or our meritage-style blend.”
“I bought a case of the Ravines 2005 meritage when it came out.”
“If you like a meritage, check out Super Tuscans, which are often blended with Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and other Bordeaux-style grapes (like a meritage).”
“A master winemaker can create a good meritage by blending select grapes, but beware straight bottlings of cabernet sauvignon or merlot.”
“The Vineyard 48 2005 Vignetta ($32) is a meritage-style blend made with 44% cabernet franc, 32% merlot and 24% cabernet sauvignon and is a lightly opaque, medium crimson in the glass.”
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