Review Updated on 2018-09-11
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Rating 88
Style Red
Variety
Vintage 2015
Appellation
Mendoza
Argentina
ABV 13.5%
Price $19.00  Buy This Wine
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Cabernet Sauvignon

Bodegas Salentein Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Review

This is a balanced, well-priced Cabernet from a highly-regarded winery in Mendoza Argentina's Uco Valley. The vineyard sites are plated at a very high elevation (roughly 4,000 feet), resulting in wines that have pronounced aromas, flavors, and freshness. The color is dark garnet, and aromas include black cherries, cocoa powder, nutmeg, and a hint of black pepper. The texture is very smooth, fresh, and palate-coating, with lively tannins. At $19, it's a great everyday wine for someone who enjoys New World Cabernet but prefers to save the $50+ bottles for special occasions.

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Bodegas Salentein Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
This is a balanced, well-priced Cabernet from a highly-regarded winery in Mendoza Argentina's Uco Valley. The vineyard sites are plated at a very high elevation (roughly 4,000 feet), resulting in wines that have pronounced aromas, flavors, and freshness. The color is dark garnet, and aromas include black cherries, cocoa powder, nutmeg, and a hint of black pepper. The texture is very smooth, fresh, and palate-coating, with lively tannins. At $19, it's a great everyday wine for someone who enjoys New World Cabernet but prefers to save the $50+ bottles for special occasions.

Reviewed On: 08-29-2018
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POINTS
Bodegas Salentein Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
This is a balanced, well-priced Cabernet from a highly-regarded winery in Mendoza Argentina's Uco Valley. The vineyard sites are plated at a very high elevation (roughly 4,000 feet), resulting in wines that have pronounced aromas, flavors, and freshness. The color is dark garnet, and aromas include black cherries, cocoa powder, nutmeg, and a hint of black pepper. The texture is very smooth, fresh, and palate-coating, with lively tannins. At $19, it's a great everyday wine for someone who enjoys New World Cabernet but prefers to save the $50+ bottles for special occasions.

Reviewed On: 08-29-2018