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Sumac Ridge Black Sage Vineyard Merlot 2006, V.Q.A., Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada: Vintages Wine Panel: This supple Merlot comes from the Black Sage vineyard and shows why wines from this property are so desirable. Aged in a combo of French and American oak for 18 months, this latest Merlot is brimming with ripe black fruit, licorice, smoke, mocha and savory herbs. Dry, medium full-bodied with a round texture and enough tannins to balance the soft fruit flavors. My note: Quite frankly, one of Canada’s best Merlots. Rich, dark, brooding with lovely velvety layers of black plums, blackberries and some dark spices on the finish. A superb effort. 593053 14% D 750 mL $19.95 Score: 90/100. September 26, 2009 Full Review
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