William Hill Merlot ($12.99)
This merlot is produced at William Hill Estate in the hills of the Silverado Bench. With decades of experience, William Hill wines, such as this merlot, are made with expert care.
What does William Hill Merlot taste like? William Hill Merlot is a semi-sweet wine with a fruity taste, including notes of blueberry and black cherry. This wine also warms up with a slightly spicy finish.
Chateau Ste. Michelle Merlot ($13.99)
Chateau St. Michelle Merlot is made with grapes from one of the most mature vineyards in Columbia Valley, Washington. Coming from an award-winning winery, this merlot is highly-rated.
What does Chateau Ste. Michelle Merlot taste like? With Chateau Ste. Michelle Merlot, you can enjoy the flavors of dark red fruit. Part of this merlot’s fruit flavor comes from a small amount of Syrah added in.
Decoy Merlot ($25.99)
Produced in Sonoma Valley vineyards, Decoy Merlot shows how ideal grapes grown in this region are for making a high-quality merlot.
What does Decoy Merlot taste like? Decoy Merlot is a complex wine with layers of fruit flavors like plum, black cherry, and blueberry. You can also pick up on notes of dark chocolate and cedar.