Dark and ruby red in the glass, this Taylor Mountain Merlot is a classic. Complex and well structured with an earthy richness. Blackberry, ripe Bing cherry and a hint of white pepper on the palate . Finishing with velvety tannins and a hint of minerality, a Taylor Mountain Merlot signature. Great to pair with Lamb, Beef, Stews, Blue Cheese and Chocolate.
In medieval times, the great horse rode by the best knight was called the Charger or Destrier. This 115 blend is gooey, jammy, modeled to be a Russian River style pinot with peach, chocolate covered cherry, citrus, and florals.
En Passant (In Passing) is a chess term for a rare pawn move. This pinot has notes of lemongrass, black cherry, strawberry, spices, lemondrop, and mushroom.