Me sorprendió gratamente este Merlot!
Aunque generalmente prefiero los vinos más contundentes, disfruté muchísimo el dulce frutal de este fresco vino. Me encantó! — 6 months ago
It's a good cheap wine — 3 years ago
Better than expected. — 4 years ago
“Ojo Gallo’, Castellano for ‘rooster eye’ (in other words, what the French call ‘oeil de perdrix’), hearkens back to the traditional clarete style of the region. This dark rosé (light red?) is a field blend of very old vines of Tempranillo, Garnacha, Bobal, Monastrell, Viura, Albillo and Malvasia co-fermented in cement and raised for 8 months in used barrels before bottling without added sulfur” — 7 months ago
The community of Saint-Estèphe has it roots in the Gallo-Roman origins of this chateau. A blend of 82% Cab Sauv, 16% Merlot & 2% Petit Verdot. Aged for 20 months in 100% new French oak deep purple with aromas of black fruit, floral and earthy notes. On the palate flavors of blackberry, black cherry, tobacco and cedar. Fine ripe grippy tannins, a powerhouse, ending elegant with fruit & spice. Will age well. — 3 years ago
Color of deep garnet with no age discoloration around the edges, nose fragrant of red fruit, still good structure in the body, full and rich mouthfeel Of plums and cherry with long strong finish. Tons on sediment on the bottle shoulders on the last half glass. — 4 years ago
This is a sweet wine with lots of flavor. It tastes just like what the label says sweet peach. I keep buying it because its very good! — 2 years ago