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Juana De Sol Malbec Reserva Single Vineyard 2010

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 90291
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Juana De Sol Malbec Reserva Single Vineyard 2010 750ml

Juana De Sol Malbec Reserva Single Vineyard

90 Points Wine Advocate: The 2010 Juana de Sol Malbec Reserva was aged for 6 months in French oak. It is a glass-coating opaque purple color with an alluring bouquet of cedar, Asian spices, red licorice, and black cherry. Spicy, ripe, and nicely proportioned, this pleasure-bent Malbec will drink nicely over the next 5-6 years. It is an outstanding value.

Elegant and approachable, this wine is as sensuous as the Argentine Tango. It is a true delight to the senses. Pour it slowly into a large tulip glass - it is a glass-coating opaque deep purple color. Swirl, and bring it to your nose, and enjoy the alluring bouquet of cedar, Asian spices, red licorice, and black cherry, hints of chocolate and vanilla. Savor the taste – velvety, silky… dark fruits, spice and smoke, chocolate and mocha… well-rounded tannins with a smooth finish from the oak aging. Juana de Sol Reserva is the perfect balance of flavors and textures.

Juana de Sol is a very special Malbec, as its “Reserva” designation indicates. It pairs so well with so many foods, we could fill a page with suggestions… Here are just a few, selected for special occasions with friends, or perhaps your tango partner. Start with seared foie gras with wild mushrooms. The spicy and smoky notes of the Malbec make it a perfect complement to meats cooked over a wood fire – the best steak, or a roast sizzling on a spit, or luscious tender grilled lamb chops, perhaps with a raspberry balsamic glaze, or for something different, duck with a pomegranate reduction glaze and figs. We’d serve this with truffled mashed potatoes for a truly decadent meal, and perhaps a salad or a side of haricots verts or simple grilled vegetables.

Best value you can find.
Ellie J.
7/27/12 10:03 AM JOINED 5/5/12
A great bang for the buck. I will recommend this to friends and certainly buy more.
Enjoyed this wine during a dinner party at our house and the guests were very pleased. Good single vineyard malbec.
Not impressive. Mediocre. Drinkable, but disappointed that I ordered a whole case.

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Juana De Sol Juana De Sol Malbec Reserva Single Vineyard 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
90 Points Wine Advocate: The 2010 Juana de Sol Malbec Reserva was aged for 6 months in French oak. It is a glass-coating opaque purple color with an alluring bouquet of cedar, Asian spices, red licorice, and black cherry. Spicy, ripe, and nicely proportioned, this pleasure-bent Malbec will drink nicely over the next 5-6 years. It is an outstanding value.
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Notes on the Juana De Sol Malbec Reserva Single Vineyard 750ML 2010

Tasting Notes Elegant and approachable, this wine is as sensuous as the Argentine Tango. It is a true delight to the senses. Pour it slowly into a large tulip glass - it is a glass-coating opaque deep purple color. Swirl, and bring it to your nose, and enjoy the alluring bouquet of cedar, Asian spices, red licorice, and black cherry, hints of chocolate and vanilla. Savor the taste – velvety, silky… dark fruits, spice and smoke, chocolate and mocha… well-rounded tannins with a smooth finish from the oak aging. Juana de Sol Reserva is the perfect balance of flavors and textures.

Food Pairing Juana de Sol is a very special Malbec, as its “Reserva” designation indicates. It pairs so well with so many foods, we could fill a page with suggestions… Here are just a few, selected for special occasions with friends, or perhaps your tango partner. Start with seared foie gras with wild mushrooms. The spicy and smoky notes of the Malbec make it a perfect complement to meats cooked over a wood fire – the best steak, or a roast sizzling on a spit, or luscious tender grilled lamb chops, perhaps with a raspberry balsamic glaze, or for something different, duck with a pomegranate reduction glaze and figs. We’d serve this with truffled mashed potatoes for a truly decadent meal, and perhaps a salad or a side of haricots verts or simple grilled vegetables.