This proprietary red wine is Merlot-dominant, however it shares the spotlight with Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petite Verdot and Malbec variatels as well. While the Merlot contributes a soothing suppleness its counterparts give Beringer Knights Valley 1996 Alluvium its structure, body and roundness. Like all productions, there are no small parts in this flavor convergence, only small moments of bliss.
Notes: Dry, full-bodied. Aromas of clove, cinnamon and allspice with flavors of prunes, raisins and clove.
Pairings: Porterhouse steak, pork loin, venison
Serving Suggestions: Room temperature
Alcohol Content: 18%