Murphy-Goode 2001 Merlot (Alexander Valley)

Defines its appellation with soft, lusciously sweet tannins, a gentle mouthfeel and well-ripened cherry and blackberry fruit. As drinkable as it is, it's also a complex wine, with many different nuances. If only it had a bit more concentration.

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