Mission Hill Family Estate Reserve Meritage 2016

Meritage

—VINTAGES#: 633628
Mission Hill Family Estate Reserve Meritage 2016
A new addition to Mission Hill's reserve tier, this stylish red blend is soft, juicy and satisfying. It's a blend of 34 percent Cabernet Franc, 30 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 29 percent Merlot and seven percent Petit Verdot, aged for 15 months in French and American oak. The finished wine boasts a ripe core of blackberry and blueberry enhanced by malted and cocoa notes from the barrel aging. That small but significant percentage of Petit Verdot really shows itself on the finish - with an earthy element that leaves a lasting impression. Remarkable complexity, texture and length make for a winning combination of elegance and power. Score - 91. (Christopher Waters, watersandwine.com, undated)
$29.95

Product Details

Release Date:
January 19, 2019
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
15.1%
Made in:
British Columbia, Canada
By:
Mission Hill Vineyards Inc.
Sugar Content:
3 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
XD - Extra Dry
Style:
Medium-bodied & Fruity
Varietal:
Meritage
This is a VQA wine

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