Mount Brave ‘Merlot’ Mount Veeder, Napa Valley, California 2014/15 75cl

£980.00 per case

Country

USA

Cast

California

APV

14.5%

Grape Variety

Merlot

Wine Type

Red Wine

Bottle Cap

Cork

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75 in stock

Case Quantity

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Bitter chocolate and blackberry fruit with a touch of anise on the nose. Intense palate yet silky with amazing depth and concentration. A good balanced and elegant finish. A big wine to be appreciated more with ageing.

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Mt. Brave is a tribute to the pioneering spirit of those who settled the rugged terrain of Mt. Veeder during the 1800s and an homage to the Wappo Indians, “the brave ones”, who were the original inhabitants of this extraordinary place.

The Mt. Brave Vineyard, once the Chateau Potelle Vineyard, was established decades ago at elevations ranging from 1,400 to 1,800 feet. While Mt. Veeder is cool, Mt. Brave sits above the fog line, with morning sun warming the grapes each day. Soils are a sparse, gravelly loam. Nutrients and minerals are scant, resulting in tiny berries with concentrated and complex flavours. At harvest, small lug boxes must be carefully moved up and down the steep slopes to protect both vines and vineyard workers.

Merlot

Few grapes have been as enthusiastically embraced by wine producers worldwide as Merlot. It‘s earliest records place it on Bordeaux‘s ‘right bank‘ where the largest plantings are are still found. However, its soft, approachable nature means it has been planted extensively elsewhere. More tolerant of cooler growing conditions than Cabernet Sauvignon, there is great demand for its low-tannin, plummy Chilean incarnation as well as more demanding styles from low-yielding, well-placed vineyards across the world.