Gouguenheim Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

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Overripe black cherries come across in the nose and mouth, with fulsome dark plum in the nose as well. Alas, the consistency is too thin to carry m... Read more

Watching the explosive rise in popularity of Malbec from Argentina has been simply astonishing. Though you would think from what you see and read t... Read more

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Snooth User: Argovino
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2.00 5
05/14/2013

Overripe black cherries come across in the nose and mouth, with fulsome dark plum in the nose as well. Alas, the consistency is too thin to carry much structure, and the experience falls short of memorable. (AV 84, http://argovino.com/?p=1096)


Snooth User: terroir360
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0.00 5
02/01/2013

Watching the explosive rise in popularity of Malbec from Argentina has been simply astonishing. Though you would think from what you see and read that there is precious little else produced in Argentina. Is the runaway success of Malbec for Argentina going to mirror that of Australian Shiraz? (In other words, are people going to think that Argentina makes nothing but Malbec?) Well, Gouguenheim is making a Cabernet Sauvignon that will broaden your perspective of Argentine wine. This 100% Cabernet Sauvignon from Gougenheim comes from the same high-altitude vineyards that produce their Malbec. And, like the Malbec, it is a bold yet easily accessible red that will be a welcome regular addition to your dinner table. Enjoy it with the famous Argentine counterpart to its red wines: beef. Channel your inner gaucho by grilling up a steak over an open fire or, ok, even a gas grill. After all, you’re not out on the pampas.


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