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Lapostolle Grand Selection Merlot 2015

The Lapostolle Grand Selection Merlot is made from a selection of Merlot (86%), Syrah (12%) and Petit Verdot (2%) grapes grown in Chiles Rapel Valley. The hand harvested grapes are carefully transported to the winery where only the best fruit is selected using state-of-the-art "Vistalys" optical berry selection technology. Fifty five per cent of the wine was aged in French oak barrels for 5 months to give an extra layer of complexity while keeping the fruit expression. The remaining 45% was aged in stainless steel tanks; resulting in great fruit with a fresh and pleasant palate. The wine was slightly filtered and clarified before the bottling.

The Grand Selection Merlot displays an expressive nose of red and black fruits such as blackberry along with fresh aromas such as thyme and black pepper. The palate is medium bodied with great balance and fruit expression.


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Central Valley
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Rapel Valley
Red Wine
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The Producer Lapostolle | Colchagua Valley, Chile

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Founded in 1994, Lapostolle is one of the most dynamic and influential wine producers in Chile. It is owned by the Marnier-Lapostolle family (of Grand Marnier fame) and since its inception they have pursued an uncompromising approach to...

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The Region Central Valley | Chile

Central Valley Vineyards of Chile

Chile's Central Valley viticultural region is the oldest, most traditional and internationally renowned wine region, due predominately to its proximity to the national capital of Santiago. It is located directly across the Andes from one of Argentina's most famous wine regions, Mendoza. Within...

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The Primary Grape Merlot

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Merlot is a very popular red wine grape variety with big red and black fruit flavours of raspberries, ripe strawberries, plum and blackberry, giving the wine a softer taste. It is invaluable in the production or red wines from Bordeaux, particularly...

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