On it’s own or with food, this works very well.
The higher up the mountain, the greener grows the grass, and deeper the colour of the grapes, and the richer the texture of wines.The dry, hot climate of Argentina is really great for growing Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes ripen very easily, so these Cabs are almost always filled with a lot of fruit flavours.
Argentina is famous for it’s Malbecs, but I think the Cabernets should be on that list too. They are very affordable and it’s hard to pick a mediocre one these days. We find them richer and fuller than the Cabs in the Bordeaux, and almost as big as some of the ones from the Napa Valley andalso Australia.
I could make it a very long dinner and keep drinking this. Hamburger Patties. veggie mix and mashed yam/baking potato made ittoo short a supper.
When I go back looking for ‘long’ ribs, I’ll pick up another bottle of this to go with them.
93 Pointer by James Suckling
Uko Cabernet Sauvignon
$17.99, but we got it on sale at $14.99