Pure, vibrant flavours ensure Chilean Merlot wide international appeal. And one of the country’s leading producers is the Luis Felipe Edwards estate, four time winner of ‘Chilean Winery of the Year’. Their Merlot is full of fruit and velvet smooth.
"Another excellent Chilean. This country is one of my favourites when it comes to value for money"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
This plump, juicy fruit Merlot is made by Trophy winning winemaker Nicolas Bizzarri. He heads the cellar team at the leading, family owned Luis Felipe Edwards estate in the premium Colchagua Valley. Having made his money in the construction industry, Luis Felipe Edwards Snr (Nicolas’ father in law!) followed his dream and created his own wine estate, starting with a single piece of land and slowly buying up more and more vineyards. Today he owns a small valley with an ideal climate for vine growing and has a no expense spared cellar, housed in old colonial buildings on the estate. His wines are renowned for both quality and value and have won many top international awards. Great as a glass solo, this Merlot is very versatile with food too.
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