Yellow Tail Merlot Red Wine is a brand of wine that is produced by Casella Wines. Casella Wines is, located in Australia, The Casella family has manufactured Wines since the 1820s in Italy.
Yellow Tail is a new type of Wine brand. Yellow Tail was developed in 2000, initially marketed to export countries and became the number one imported wine to the USA by 2003. In that time the family-owned winery expanded ten times its original size. The winery can have approximately 300 million litres on the site with more wine generated and stored elsewhere
Merlot is a dark blue-colored type Wine that is, repeated as both a blending grape and for varietal type Wines. The name Merlot - is deemed to be a diminutive of merle, the French name for the blackbird, most likely a reference to the colour of the grapes. It has a softness and "fleshiness", coupled with its prior ripening, it makes Merlot a popular grape for mixing with the Cabernet Sauvignon, which tends to be greater in tannin.
Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Malbec and, Merlot is one of the principal grapes used in Bordeaux Wines, and it is the most extensively planted grape in the Bordeaux Red Wine regions. Merlot is the most popular red wine varietals in various markets. This versatility has helped to make it one of the world's most popular grapes varieties around. Merlot is regarded to be the third most grown variety at 260,000 hectares that's (640,000 acres) worldwide, with a booming trend. This put's Merlot Wine just behind Cabernet Sauvignon's 262,000 hectares (650,000 acres).
While Merlot gets manufactured, across the globe, there tend to be the two main types. The "International type" favoured by many New World Wine regions tends to emphasise on late harvesting to gain physiological ripeness and create inky, purple coloured wines that are full-bodied with high alcohol and a very lush, velvety tannins with intense, plum and blackberry fruit.