Mighty Cuyagoha Merlot
The Cuyahoga River is infamous for when its surface caught on fire in 1969, but it has made a remarkable recovery since then. The name “Cuyahoga” is a Native American translation for “crooked river” and it flows both south and north over its 100-mile course, ending at Lake Erie just 30 miles from its headwaters. The Cuyahoga River was the western boundary of the U.S. from 1795 to 1803, and when Moses Cleaveland first arrived at the mouth of the Cuyahoga in 1796, he chose that spot to locate a settlement that became Cleveland, Ohio. Our Merlot, medium-bodied with light tannins and flavors and aromas of black cherry, berries, plum and chocolate, honors this river that is the life’s blood flowing through our city.
Description and Suggested Food Pairings: Medium-bodied with light tannins and fresh red fruit flavors and aromas of black cherry, berries and plums. Great with salmon, soft cheeses like gouda or camembert, shellfish, grilled veal or osso bucco.
$8.00 – glass / $25.00 – bottle
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