Intense, dark ruby color with enticing aromas of ripe, black plums and black currants. The richly textured plum and c...Read more...
Aromas of black fruit and coconut. Dark color and medium bodied. Tastes of cherry and blackberry and not overly complex. Decent wine to have around. Read more
Beautiful black fruit and solid structure in this unfiltered, high-altitude grown Mendoza Cabernet. The time maturing in French and American oaks s... Read more
Deep purplish color with chocolaty aroma and strong grape / dark fruit notes. I tasted this alongside two (slightly higher priced) Napa cabernets, ... Read more
RiceSelect's fragrant Jasmati® is blended with eggs, milk and fall's favorite spices, cinnamon and nutmeg, to create a delicious rice pudding, which is layered on top of fluffy cream cheese and abuttery pecan crust. Pairs well with a bold, tawny port with flavors of dried fruits, nuts, and spices.
Food Pairings for Crios Cabernet
Aromas of black fruit and coconut. Dark color and medium bodied. Tastes of cherry and blackberry and not overly complex. Decent wine to have around.
Beautiful black fruit and solid structure in this unfiltered, high-altitude grown Mendoza Cabernet. The time maturing in French and American oaks served to contribute some spice and low volume (thank goodness) hints of vanilla. Sophisticated, textbook, highly un-New Worldly style of Cabernet. Susana crafts these young wines consistently well, so I highly recommend any of the Crios wines that you can find, with my favorites being the Torrontes, Syrah-Bonarda and this one.
Deep purplish color with chocolaty aroma and strong grape / dark fruit notes. I tasted this alongside two (slightly higher priced) Napa cabernets, and the difference in quality was overwhelming. This had a much heavier body and the finish was swift, aggressive and tannic in comparison. However, it did open up a bit after about 15 minutes in the glass, and the finish became smoother. Probably won't buy again.
External Reviews for Crios Cabernet
Bright red-ruby. Black raspberry, musky espresso and bitter chocolate. A step up in intensity and grip from the bonarda-syrah blend, but in a distinctly structured style, even a bit tough for a young cabernet in this price range. With its solid tannic spine and finishing spice, this is not at all a tutti-frutti style of cabernet.
Very good deep red. Plum, dark berries and smoked meat on the nose. Rich, fat and sweet, with modest complexity to its plum and mocha flavors. Finishes with broad, building tannins and good length. A bit half-hearted in its projection of varietal character, but this is sweeter and fresher than the 2005 version of Crios cabernet.
A very friendly, forward style, with slightly jammy raspberry and plum flavors laced with a toasted vanilla notes.
Good deep red. Black cherry, blackberry, licorice, pepper and graphite on the nose. Good lift and intensity to the black fruit flavors; I find this more precise and lively than the 2007 bottling. Finishes with firm but ripe tannins that showed a slight dryness with air.
The 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon is deep crimson colored, it has an excellent bouquet of cedar, spice box, cassis, and black currants. This leads to a medium-bodied wine with a smooth texture, intense dark fruit flavors, and excellent depth. There is enough silky tannin to support 2ndash;3 years of bottle age although it can be enjoyed now. Although Susana Balbosrsquo;s Crios offerings are the declassified lots from her more expensive ldquo;signaturerdquo; wines, they need make no apologies. They rank among the best values from my Argentina wine tastings.
Ripe and polished, with good cherry and currant fruit backed by sweet spice and toast notes. Therersquo;s a nice hint of briar on the finish. Drink now.
Bright red-ruby. Aromas and flavors of ripe currant, leather, smoke, bakerrsquo;s chocolate and dried herbs. Smooth, lush and ripe; a satisfying, seamless cabernet with fine-grained dusty tannins and nice length. This punches above its weight class.
Intense, dark ruby color with enticing aromas of ripe, black plums and black currants. The richly textured plum and currant flavors are joined by accents of dark chocolate and some vanilla-scented oak. The ripe, vibrant tannins give the wine beautiful structure and an amazingly long finish. This is a big wine for just a little money. Drink it now or over the next few years to enjoy the fruit flavors at their best. It will pair well with traditional Cabernet-friendly foods like grilled or roasted meats.
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