Vins en épicerie
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Merlot takes its name from the robin bird, called le merle in French.

Whether it’s the blue-black feathers that resemble the colour of the grapes or because both are so well loved, the debate over the origin of this wine’s name rages on.

Merlot has been in the Bordeaux wine record books since 1784.

At the top of its ever-popular game for the past 230 years, it remains France’s most cultivated grape.

What makes Merlot so popular? The fact that is pleases every palate.

This variety can produce simple, fruity wines as well as iconic cellar wines.

Merlot grapes can also be credited for one of the greatest wines in the world.

The famous Château Petrus.

HENRI DE BRICOURT, BORDEAUX
Fruité et genereux
Merlot

A fruity wine brought to us by the expertise of Bordeaux’s finest winemakers. It’s the ideal companion for grilled or stewed red meats and duck magret.

France
France
Morgan Hill, Marlborough
Fruité et vif
Sauvignon blanc

A lively and fresh wine with exotic aromas of grapefruit and kiwi, it pairs well with sushi, tapas or tartares.

New Zealand
New Zealand
EXCENTRIS 3 CÉPAGES, CALIFORNIA
Aromatique et souple
Syrah, Merlot & Zinfandel

This rich and generous wine is a product of the best vines in California. To be paired with grilled or braised beef, ribs or mildly spicy dishes. 

United-States
United-States
L'Excentris, Californie
Aromatique et souple
Cabernet Sauvignon

An aromatic, ruby-coloured wine that is both fruity and full-bodied. The perfect pairing for lamb and grilled red meats.

United-States
United-States