Four Seasons Wines has always been synonymous with good wine in India. I have had the pleasure of enjoying a few of their wines before and when Ginger Claps approached me for a review of Four Seasons, I was all up for it.
The bottle I got for the review was from the top of their line, The Four Seasons Merlot, a wine brewed in the valleys of Sahyadri, Maharashtra. The sheer passion that has gone in making these wines that you know in your first sip is the reason why it is a delight of a drink to have it at your private mini-bar.
This wine is Ruby red in colour with a hint of garnet. Delicious aromas of ripe black fruits, especially plums are a treat for the olfactory nerves.
Colour : Red
Aroma : Complex aroma profile with good amounts of plums among the many ripe black fruits. Delicious.
Palate : Medium bodied with soft tannins and and a pleasant lasting finish.
Serving suggestion : Enjoyed best at 16 -18º C .A fine wine to go with fine cuisine like slow roasted rack of lamb and even roasted vegetables. Medium spiced Indian dishes also pair this wine. Ready to drink now but connoisseurs will realise that this wine will age well over 5 years.
All in all, a wine to relish on a breezy evening listening to your favorite jazz record. An assured way to make your evening magical.
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