2015 Silverado Merlot

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$35.99

10 in stock

Winemaker Notes

Aromas of sweet vanilla bean, freshly picked herbs, raspberry, and cherry. Medium-body with bright cherry flavors that persist through the long finish. Good by itself, but exceptionally tasty with salmon or a simply prepared pork roast.

Wine Enthusiast 92 Points

About Silverado Vineyards

In 1981, Ron and Diane Miller and her mother, Lillian Disney, established Silverado Vineyards to make wines from the historic sites of their estate. For years, they had sold their fruit to neighboring wineries who were building global reputations for excellence. It was time, they decided, to create their own wines, their own expressions of the Napa Valley they loved and admired.

The winery takes its name from the historic vineyard which surrounds it. The vineyard borrowed its name from the abandoned mining town at the top of the Napa Valley. Here, over a century ago Robert Louis Stevenson stayed and wrote, “The beginning of vine planting is like the beginning of mining for precious metals: the winegrower also ‘prospects’.” Four generations of Millers are still ‘prospecting’ for wine, making something beautiful from the land under their care.

2015 Silverado Merlot

$35.99

10 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Categories: , ,

Winemaker Notes

Aromas of sweet vanilla bean, freshly picked herbs, raspberry, and cherry. Medium-body with bright cherry flavors that persist through the long finish. Good by itself, but exceptionally tasty with salmon or a simply prepared pork roast.

Wine Enthusiast 92 Points

About Silverado Vineyards

In 1981, Ron and Diane Miller and her mother, Lillian Disney, established Silverado Vineyards to make wines from the historic sites of their estate. For years, they had sold their fruit to neighboring wineries who were building global reputations for excellence. It was time, they decided, to create their own wines, their own expressions of the Napa Valley they loved and admired.

The winery takes its name from the historic vineyard which surrounds it. The vineyard borrowed its name from the abandoned mining town at the top of the Napa Valley. Here, over a century ago Robert Louis Stevenson stayed and wrote, “The beginning of vine planting is like the beginning of mining for precious metals: the winegrower also ‘prospects’.” Four generations of Millers are still ‘prospecting’ for wine, making something beautiful from the land under their care.

Winemaker Notes

Aromas of sweet vanilla bean, freshly picked herbs, raspberry, and cherry. Medium-body with bright cherry flavors that persist through the long finish. Good by itself, but exceptionally tasty with salmon or a simply prepared pork roast.

Wine Enthusiast 92 Points

About Silverado Vineyards

In 1981, Ron and Diane Miller and her mother, Lillian Disney, established Silverado Vineyards to make wines from the historic sites of their estate. For years, they had sold their fruit to neighboring wineries who were building global reputations for excellence. It was time, they decided, to create their own wines, their own expressions of the Napa Valley they loved and admired.

The winery takes its name from the historic vineyard which surrounds it. The vineyard borrowed its name from the abandoned mining town at the top of the Napa Valley. Here, over a century ago Robert Louis Stevenson stayed and wrote, “The beginning of vine planting is like the beginning of mining for precious metals: the winegrower also ‘prospects’.” Four generations of Millers are still ‘prospecting’ for wine, making something beautiful from the land under their care.