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The undeniable global reference for velvety and fragrant red wines, Bordeaux offers Merlot ideal climatic and soil conditions resulting in an unmatched richness of expression.


Elegant colour, red berry aromas and tannins
With an impressive potential for longevity, and intense colour, Merlot develops aromas marked by red fruits, with strawberries and raspberries dominant, somewhat jammy according to the vintage, with notes of prune and violet, soft spices, leather or truffle when slowly aged in the bottle.
In Bordeaux, Merlot achieves the feat of hiding powerful yet elegant tannins behind a charming and subtle silhouette, which gives it a feminine and sensual character.
It is often blended with Cabernet Sauvignon to soften its strength and tannic power in young wines.
200 years of success in Bordeaux, from East to West
Merlot only appeared in the Bordeaux region at the end of the 18th Century, initially in the Saint-Emilion-Pomerol-Fronsac region then in the Médoc. According to experts, Merlot produces its best results in Bordeaux, due to Bordeaux's geographical position. On the northern limit of its ideal ecosystem, here Merlot demonstrates its greatest complexity, with powerful tannins behind a silky veil.
Vigorous and early to mature, it does not like spring frosts and is sensitive to rot so is better suited to "cooler" vineyards, those farther away from the Atlantic Ocean, or on a higher elevation where the soil is "colder" with more clay. Merlot is most often found in the eastern part of Bordeaux. An excellent performer in wines from Saint-Emilion and Pomerol, Merlot has contributed in large part to their prestigious reputations. Arriving much later than Cabernet Sauvignon in Bordeaux vineyards, Merlot was planted massively to become the dominant variety in Bordeaux.
In the Médoc, Merlot has been used as a complement to Cabernet Sauvignon. Nowadays, many châteaux are increasing the proportions of planted Merlot to offer consumers wines that may be enjoyed young.
Today, this magnificent variety has been planted throughout the world in the greatest wine-producing areas, but Bordeaux remains the largest Merlot-planted vineyard.

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