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Rich, soft & balanced

A round, plump Merlot, consisting of red berry & bramble fruit flavours with French oak characters

Perfect alongside a seared venison steak

Tempus Two Silver Series Merlot 2017 (Australia)

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Tempus Two Silver Series Merlot 2017 (Australia)

Tempus Two Silver Series Merlot 2017 (Australia)

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Tempus Two has made it's home in the Hunter Valley, Australia’s oldest wine region...


Medium depth crimson with cherry red hues. Aromas of dark berry and cherry flavours, balanced with French Oak characteristics. A round, plump Merlot, with red berry and bramble fruit and a rich full palate balanced with French oak characters, leading to a wine of generous length of flavour and a soft, full finish. This wine is best enjoyed now

The Tempus Two Silver Series imparts a level of style and sophistication to any dining occation. Sourced from select vineyards within South Eastern Australia, this modern and contemporary wine is fresh, vibrant, and fruit driven.

The fruit was crushed and de-stemmed to varying sizes and styles where the fruit was fermented on oak at cooler temperatures for 5-7 days. Fermenting at cooler temperatures allows the fruit flavours to be nurtured and enables retention of varietal characteristics. Post fermentation, the majority of wine is matured in stainless steel tanks with a percentage of the wine transferred onto French and American Oak.

Backed by four generations of winemaking heritage, Tempus Two is a cutting-edge Australian winery that does things ‘just a little bit differently’. From its spiritual home in the Hunter Valley, Australia’s oldest wine region, Tempus Two sources fruit from Australia’s premium vineyard regions to craft wines with both substance and style. Their approach is simple: the best regions, the best varieties. They pay homage to classic Australian varieties and styles by growing vines in unique Australian regions like Hunter Valley, Barossa Valley, Langhorne Creek and the Adelaide Hills.





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