Merlot

Description

Bunches are cylindrical, small and not very compact. The berries are small, thick-skinned and bluish-black with sweet pulp. Merlot belongs to the same family as Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Its tannins are sweet and fruity. The wines are aromatic and meaty, with a deep ruby colour and medium alcohol content. Mild, fine palate. Merlot is used together with varieties such as Garnacha to make young wines and with varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Bobal and Tempranillo for aged wines. It is used above all to add softness, elegance and balance to wines.

Interesting Information

Origen: This red grape of French origin (from the Bordeaux region) is one of the most popular foreign varieties in Spain (it is the second most widely grown variety in the world after Cabernet Sauvignon). It adapts well to warm areas (it is also present in countries like Italy and California) and in Spain it is mainly cultivated in the Somontano and Catalan region and slightly less in Alicante and Murcia.

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