Tatachilla McLaren Vale Merlot 2004 (12 x 750mL), McLaren Vale, SA

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The wine has a fresh texture with pleasantly rounded tannins and a long finish.

SA - McLaren Vale
South Australia

Expert Reviews

90 PTS -"Had appealing flesh and suppleness. Juicy and vibrant, Peter Forrestal said. A slightly stalky, herbal character, but balanced by ripe, raspberry flavours. It's smooth, rich and concentrated, with good and intensity and balance. Cedary new oak and some earthiness form development are adding to the wine's complexity, and the result is a beautifully balanced, very drinkable wine that should hold in the bottle for several years" - Nick Bulleid MW, Australian GOURMET Traveller Wine, April 2008

Winery Tasting Notes


Crimson with deep red hues. Bouquet: Red cherries and leather combine with smoky aromas.


Wild cherry and coffee flavours are underlined by a touch of mint. The wine has a fresh texture with pleasantly rounded tannins and a long finish.

Food Matching

Enjoy with full flavoured dishes such as roasted or BBQ meats and tomato based pastas.

Cellaring Potential

Enjoy this wine now or cellar for 3 to 7 years.

2004 MCLAREN VALE MERLOT: Tatachilla wines have been part of the Fleurieu Peninsula for over 100 years. The award-winning range of McLaren Vale wines express the true distinctiveness of the region’s maritime climate - wines of vibrant full fruit and succulent texture.

Grape Variety: 100% Merlot.

SA - McLaren Vale
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Tatachilla has been a part of McLaren Vale since vines were first planted over 100 years ago. Today the bright patchwork of olive groves, avocado orchards and rows of vines bordered by the South Australian coast impart a Mediterranean flavour to this evolving region.

Established in 1903, Tatachilla’s commitment to McLaren Vale has remained strong throughout the years. Its vineyards are scattered amongst the sloping hills and tapered basin of McLaren Vale, with fruit for Tatachilla’s wines sourced from key McLaren Vale subregions: Blewitt Springs, McLaren Vale North & South and Clarendon.

Tatachilla’s own Clarendon Vineyard is the heart of Tatachilla, and the basis for our finest expressions of McLaren Vale wine.

Tatachilla’s wines evoke classic McLaren Vale characteristics blended with contemporary Mediterranean cues. The wines reflect the true character of the grapes, balancing a healthy respect for the vineyard with a light touch in the winery.

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