I don't drink red but my guests tell me this has an interesting pepper
aftertaste, which, apparently is good! I went with Wine Chateau's advice
and ordered a case for winter entertaining. Glad I did.
Wine Maker Notes
Colores del Sol is a new wine which delivers a higher level of Argentine Malbec. It is sourced exclusively from the Luján de Cuyo vineyard district within Mendoza, South America’s most prestigious wine-growing region. The vineyards in Luján de Cuyo are among the highest, driest, and sunniest in the world, at elevations reaching 3,500 feet. The grapes bask in bright, pure sunlight, inspiring the wine’s name: in English, ‘Colors of the Sun’.
This excellent QPR option has lovely, lush blackberry and boysenberry aromas. That fruity aroma profile is found in the flavors, as well, and there are additional notes of leather and spice which linger on after the fruit flavors fade. This Malbec will go well with grilled sausages, meats, chilis, and stews.