I reached for this wine last weekend when I was out back grilling, and what a great choice. It is supple, robust, and fruit forward in character. It’s just the ticket for a big juicy burger (which I had), ribs slathered with a thick, rich [sweet] sauce, grilled sausage and more. You can find this wine for under $20 and other good deals at Cork Exclusive . Even better, shipping is free on any four or more bottles of wine or spirits. For further information, please see my tasting notes below.
Arinzano 2008 La Casona (SRP $39): La Casona is a blend of 75% Tempranillo and 25% Merlot. This wine pours a brilliant, medium-dark ruby color. It is full-bodied and deeply flavorful, marked by energy and freshness. There’s enticing aromas of blackberry, black cherry, sweet exotic spices, forest floor, and cedar dust. On the palate, lifted flavors mirror the aromas, supported by dusty tannins and a firm spine of acidity that really holds this wine together nicely.
Achaval Ferrer 2015 Mendoza Malbec (SRP $25): This Malbec pours a deep ruby-garnet color. Inviting dark fleshed plum and black cherry aromas are joined on the palate by licorice, pretty floral notes suggestive of lilacs, and a smidgen of fennel on the back-end. In the mouth, this wine is filling yet nicely balanced with fine, round tannins, lifted acids, and a finely textured medium-long finish.
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