Product DescriptionJames Suckling Review
Complex and beautiful aromas of blackberry and blueberry. Licorice. Full body, fine tannins and a long finish. Sexy and pretty. Drink now.
Wine Advocate Review
The 2013 Unus is a blend of 65% Malbec that brings roundness, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon that provides the tannic structure and 10% Petit Verdot that adds meatiness to the wine. The grapes were sourced from different subzones of Mendoza. It fermented in 5,000-liter stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts and matured in French oak barrel for 16 months. The nose shows great balance between ripeness, elegance, fruit and soil, with great freshness and poise, feeling the effect of the vintage in a subtler wine. There are notes of violets and morello cherries, fine spices and incipient complexity. The palate is equally balanced, with fine-grained, earthy tannins, subtle with even some austerity and a long, supple finish.
Wine Enthusiast Review
Rich aromas of raisin, cassis and blackberry are supported by notes of vanilla, smoke and sweet almond paste. While this is dense and ripe, it's also a touch edgy and raw on the palate. Flavors of blackberry, cassis, dark spices and chocolate finish with a primary wave of residual fruit then a final dose of peppery spice. Drink through 2025.
Wine Tasting Notes
Incredible dark purple color. The aromas of dark cherries, plums and roasted cocoa come leaping out of the glass. This is a big but very suave wine with layers of ripe cherry and berry fruits, and the cocoa and vanilla flavors simply make this wines finish go on and on and on. There are loads of ripe, soft tannins, so this wine will certainly age beautifully for a decade or longer, but the temptation to drink it right away may be too much to resist. Serve with absolutely any red-wine friendly food and you will have a ball!
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