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Cabernet Sauvignon

$19.95 – Catena Cabernet Sauvignon

What You Can Expect:  An old favourite worth the revisit and James Suckling agrees with me giving it 93 points.  An elegant, full bodied and concentrated wine with a solid finish.  Buy lots, it only gets better with age.

$19.95 – Catena Cabernet Sauvignon

What the Experts say: Nicolás Catena utilizes the fruit of four different vineyards, at altitudes ranging from 945 meters to 1,524 meters, to create this full-bodied and concentrated wine. Generous black fruit, cassis and black pepper with sensual tannins. Enjoy with...

$14.25 – Argento Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva 2015

Argento’s entry-level Cab almost made this list too (36 Under 18, 2018), but it’s worth paying a few dollars more for this approachable Reserva that has been evolving with age. Deep purple, with cassis, smoke and plums on the nose, and a palate of mixed berries and...

$17.95 – Altaland Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

This is a different style of Cab.  Lighter and fruitier, they claim to breaking the Cab mold with this one.  Personally I don’t think the Cab mold needed to be broken.  Some will like it but did not do much for me. It was OK with some pre-dinner appetizers.  Will not...

Malbec

$16.45 – Don David Reserve Malbec 2017

A high-altitude cultivation but with a softer, floral nose of black cherry jubilee and raisins, woodsy spices and much softer tannins than I expected. Medium- to full-bodied with a long, juicy finish. Pair it up with steak or sausages. 89