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love this type of cab
love this type of cab
My fave since I started with Wine Awesomeness tried to get it but couldn’t can someone help me? It is gorgeous wine
Love it. Let it breathe a bit.
Really good cab. Shamelessly going to promote the Malbec from Areyna here. Found it locally; hope to see it on here sometime!
Has become a favorite - has a lovely balance of fruit and tannins, and is nicely aged. Awesome with venison burgers!
Ok nothing great
Nice fruit and body
Would buy again
Notes of red berries and currants
Nice, medium bodied.
This wine was a bit sweeter than I anticipated. Still quite full bodied and delicious overall.
Nice, heavy cab - traditional northern california
Just an okay Cab sav.
A really solid "classic" Cabernet Sauvignon from my favorite Argentinian vineyard
Very smooth. Very drinkable. Added it to a thick beef stew and it was amazing!
Nice, smooth texture.
Complex and delicious. A bit on the heavy side to choose a time accordingly. Perfect for when there is a slight chill to the air come autumn. Would buy again
Really good! Beautiful nose and spicy after taste
a solid Cab
I liked this wine enough to order more.
Fruity and easy to drink. Jammy is a good way to describe. Really enjoyed and would buy again. 4.5
nice, easy going, balanced red
Big dark fruity slam on first sip. Brown and purple fruit. Syrupy body. A bit tart but opens up. 15 mins in fridge and fruit really comes out. Light Tannins and black pepper finish.
delicious and jammy
Absolutely delicious. Rich fruity and berry driven. Vest wine yet from Wine Awesomeness.
full mouthfeel, wonderfully fragrant
very enjoyable,smooth,would buy again
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The name Casarena is a creative blending of two Spanish words. Casa (house) and Arena (sand). This brand new word is a tribute to the business's first winery that was built in the 1930s out of sand-colored stone AKA Sand House. At the time, this winery was the most innovative in Argentina, and Casarena continues to build upon this legacy. Today, the lead winemaker is Mariano Quiroga Adamo and he continues to shake things up with youth, innovation, and the desire to challenge the status quo of Argentinian wine.
These magical Cabernet Sauvignon berries are picked by hand and fermented in concrete tanks before aging for six months. The process makes this wine the perfect balance of fresh and vibrant that is still complex, nuanced, and has a real depth of flavors that linger on your taste buds. The smell is dark fig and ripe black currants. These concentrated fruits fade to spice and dark chocolate as you sip. The elegant tannins and all these flavors combine forces for a yummy mouthfeel.
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