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  1. Appearance: Medium to full red with youthful crimson hues. Nose: Complex choc-mint nose with integrated subtle oak, the Cabernet Sauvignon imparts a backbone of cassis overlayed with plum fruits from Merlot. Palate: A fine round palate showing fruit sweetness and medium bodied in structure, it has fine, silky tannins showing elegance and restraint. Food: Try it with any medium to full flavoured vegetarian or meat dishes. Cellaring: Excellent on release and will age over the next 6-8 years. The mint overtones are expected to remain and complex further with cedar characters as the wine matures. Alcohol: 14% Winemaking: As with all Leconfield wines, our philosophy is to produce wines displaying both depth and elegance where oak complexes and enhances the fruit but is not allowed to dominate. 2012 produced excellence in both Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with yields being quite low, ranging from 5.0-7.5 tonnes/ha. Oak maturation was in a blend of new and used hogsheads with several workings to soften the tannins and fill-out the flavour. The wine received a light egg fining and one filtration before bottling.

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  2. At 14% alcohol, this is quite a full, plush style of merlot from Sirromet that should go down well with some lamb chops. Ripe red fruits, plums and Christmas cake smells lift from the glass, along with whiffs of soft spice and beetroot. The palate is fuller-bodied and fruity, with a bit of grip to the tannins thanks to some generous oak, friendly acidity, and a plummy finish.

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  3. Tyrrell’s seem to have an uncanny knack of turning out full flavoured wines that are and are blessed by the winemakers touch. This is such a typical young Merlot that’s generous and just wants to be paired with an inviting dinner of roast pork and all the trimmings. Dark berry and currants with lifted notes of tobacco before a soft and fruit forward palate with mouth-filling tannins. It’s the kind of wine we describe as comfort drinking.

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  4. The Two in the bush range from Bird in Hand is a gift horse looking at you squarely in the eye. It’s reliable, more than drinkable and is just about the best thing you can pair with gourmet lamb sausages. It runs the gamut of black fruits with hints of cedar and slight oak. The bright fruit of Merlot helps balance out the structure of the Cabernet brilliantly.

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  5. Poor poor Merlot, still shaking off its tarnished image thanks to the movie Sideways. It was said that Merlot sales suffered in the U.S. after the movie’s central character Miles openly berated the grape. Thankfully here we are a little more forgiving and this Merlot from WA is fruit forward and accessible making it the kind of mid week quaffer you need on your wine rack. Remarkable fruit intensity here, with plum and spice as well as chocolate and tobacco aromas. The palate develops the theme with plum, cherry and leather, a generous structure while elegant tannins round out the finish.

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  6. Those Americans go absolutely bonkers for merlot - they love the stuff, and so do we. That's because it has powerful luscious, easy drinking fruit flavour without the oomph of Shiraz and Cabernet. This little number from Cottle Bay has ripe cherry and blackberry fruit with a complex herbal edge. The kind of Merlot that you can drink but the bottle or the glass.

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  7. Here's a 'loose change' special from Wyndham Estate that would be perfect with spaghetti and meatballs. Medium-bodied and juicy, there are smells and flavours of fleshy plums, raspberries and soft spice, all wrapped up in soft tannins and friendly acidity leading to a smooth finish.

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  8. Get on your bike with this little Cabernet Blend. It is not your big, bold fruit bomb. Rather it is a little more subtle with elegant layers of blueberry, blackberry and cedar fruit with silky, soft tannins. Wash it down with roast lamb for the best results.

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  9. A Cabernet Sauvignon blend that is fine and opulent with hallmarks you love about this variety from Margaret River. Merlot and Malbec soften the concentrated fruit and tannins of the Cabernet, filling out the palate with juicy berry fruit, and a savoury edge. Made similarly to the Premier Cabernet in an approachable style.

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  10. This Coonawarra Cabernet Merlot displays dark cherry and plum aromas complemented with mocha and vanilla oak notes. Ripe fruit dominates the palate with plum, mulberry and dark cherry flavours elegantly integrated with vanilla oak. Best appreciated while the vibrant fruit flavours are still fresh, though will still reward cellaring for several additional years. Cellar for up to five years from the vintage.

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  11. Typically varietal with plum and mulberry aromas, some attractive chocolate nuances as well as cedar and cigar. It’s wonderfully balanced with just the right combination of fruit and tannin weight providing a well-proportioned drinking wine. If you’re friends say they don’t like a red, give them this.

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  12. It's a pretty famous road is Metricup, with such wineries as Moss Wood, Fermoy, Fraser Gallop and Sandalford calling it home. It's no surprise then to see Evans & Tate trumpeting that the grapes for this wine comes from such a famous road (real estate agents would be proud) . Suitably, this is a seriously good Margaret River Cabernet, the sort of firm, long and stylish wine that looks really bloody tasty. It will only get better in the bottle too. Such an impressive wine this one!

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  13. The O’Dea family are proud supporters of organic viticulture and are of the opinion that wines should reflect where they live and what they believe in. They harvest their grapes according to these principles and the quality of fruit is clear to see in every bottle. This is a harmonious blend of Cabernet and Merlot showing blackberry, earth and some vanillin oak. Merlot provides a plush fruit palate and Cabernet adds fine, structured tannins.

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  14. Zilzie have created the kind of wine your al fresco barbecue feast is in desperate need of, it’s soft, approachable and it pairs well with everything from chicken, lamb and even steak – a perfect all rounder. We love the way they have made such an easy drinking red that is priced to please and tastes so good. Enjoy its core of blackberry, plum and spice, it’s shades of mint and charry oak before a juicy palate of soft fruit and supple tannins fill out the finish.

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  15. The Inheritance mentioned in the name of this wine could refer to the McWilliam’s family’s proud history and the vinous riches that they have inherited over the years. This Cabernet is blended with Merlot to give it up front generosity and overall structure and it’s just the thing for a bowl of spaghetti with meatballs. It’s got aromas of plum and blackcurrant and hints of mint before a palate that’s rich in berries and chocolate with some nicely integrated tannins.

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  16. The 'Hanwood' range has always punched above it's weight, and this one is excellent value. It's full of choc-berry goodness on the nose, along with appealing sniffs of mocha and subtle florals. The palate is fleshy, smooth and sumptuous, with licks of choc-mint, slinky tannins, and a soft, juicy finish. Rates highly on the slurpability scale.

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  17. There's nothing mind-blowing or game-changing about this value offering from Penfolds, it's just an honest to goodness juicy drink that won't break the bank. Ripe plums and toasty oak smells rise from the glass to tempt the senses, then the palate chimes in with soft, sweet, lush cherry and plum flavours, a soft line of tannins, and a smooth, juicy finish. Great with cheeseburgers.

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  18. If you wanted a wine that represented that Margaret River region then it would have to be the divine combination of Cabernet and Merlot. The best producers have imbued their wines with a sense of place and could match some of the world’s best. Stella Bella continue to produce the kind of wines that have won them a swag of awards. Imagine a wine layered with black fruits and just the right balance of fruit as well as tannin. It finishes long and persistent and would make the next lamb dish you cook a memorable one.

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  19. Whistle Post is a family-owned winery that is quite new to the winescape having been established in 2012. They are already turning out affordable and totally smashable wines that will please the crowd as shown in this smooth, medium-bodied merlot. Smells of ripe plums, red berries and subtle toasted cedar waft out of the glass, whilst the palate is elegant and fleshy fruited, with soft plummy flavours, gentle tannins, and a decent, fruit and savoury finish. Great with burgers!

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  20. Soft and juicy merlots like this are a great option if you are not sure of people's wine preference at a dinner party, because everyone will find it totally smashable and enjoyable. Smells of sweet plums, blackberries and soft spices waft out of the the glass, then the palate chimes in with some medium-bodied elegance, juicy plummy flavours, mellow tannins, and a smooth, lush finish.

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