$5.69 in any six
$4.75 in any six
$6.45 in any six
A medium bodied wine with aromas of dark fruits and understated oak. A generous palate showing vibrant, rich fruit flavours and soft mouth-coating tannins.
With flavours of blackcurrant, capsicum, leaf and even a note of dark chocolate lurking in the wings, there's no mistaking that this is cab merlot - a mighty achievement for a wine that can be yours for the sum total of $4.75 at Dan Murphy's this week. This may just be the cheapest wine worth drinking this year.
Vintage: 2008 Score: 88 points
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