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Four Seasons Merlot Red Wine

I received a bottle of Four Seasons Merlot red wine to review.

Merlot (pronounced mare-low) is named after a variety of thin-skinned grape that the wine is made from. The Merlot grapes are grown around the Four Seasons winery near Baramati, about 65 kms from Pune.

I found Merlot to be very mild and smooth. It has a kind of Plum flavor to it and is so easy to drink with Indian food.
Compared to other Indian wines, Four Seasons Merlot red wine is priced well and reasonable at around $10.

Here are some more info from their website:

Four Seasons Merlot

Type: Still Red Wine
Grapes: Merlot
Origin: Baramati, Maharashtra, India
Style: Dry

Tasting notes:
Color: Ruby red with a hint of garnet
Aroma: Delicious aromas of ripe black fruits, especially plums.
Palate: Medium bodied with soft tannins and a pleasant lasting finish.

Serving suggestion: Enjoyed best at 16 - 18 degree C with medium spiced Indian dishes as well as roast lamb with all the trimmings. 

For more information on Four Seasons visit: www.fourseasonsvineyards.com 
Follow Four Seasons on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/FourSeasonsWines

My earlier blog posts on wine tasting events: 

A rendezvous with wine


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  1. That wine is great, had one last night.

  2. Love all your photos, beautifully taken.

  3. Wish we lived close by..Would have got to taste..Superb shots

  4. Wine for review? you should be lucky enough... Super clicks...

  5. I can't tell you how many bottles of merlot I have consumed - not in India, though. It is a varietal grown in vineyards all over California and you can find inexpensive bottlings as well as extremely costly ones. I have had several award winners that were truly exceptional. I do miss my inexpensive CA wines. I'll have to try this merlot.

  6. Great review. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  7. looks great and your photo reviews are very creative
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  8. That's not a bad item for review.


  9. Great photos and great wine review. I wish I could try it out but India is a bit far away. :)

    1. Oh, you are welcome to check out how a wine tasting I did in Rome looked like...

  10. Lovelly Pictures, and a nice review. You made me want to taste this wine :)

  11. Wine reviews would be even better than book reviews.
    Mei @ Diary of a Fair Weather Diver

  12. I'm visiting from the hop. This is a great review!

  13. Coming around from Friendship Friday. The wine sounds delicious. I just might have to give it a try!


  14. I have tried this wine…It looks great <3


  15. I like this wine!
    Thanks for sharing. <3


  16. Beautiful photos, I especially like the middle one. Thanks for bringing it to our party :).

  17. Love the photos checking your blog from crafty spices blog hop. I'm lorraine at http://lorrainesresources.blogspot.com

  18. Love the pirtures,so beautiful..
    Although my favourite is chinese tea, I will go to own one for my father,because his birthday is coming..

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