A solid, tasty Cab for around $12, the Zolo Cabernet Sauvignon from Mendoza, Argentina.
95% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Merlot from estate vineyards in Agrelo, Mendoza, Argentina. The wine spends 8 months in French (95%) and American (5%) third-use oak barrels and has 3.6 g/L of residual sugar.
Sample submitted for review. The Zolo Cabernet Sauvignon is available for as low as $11. It is imported by Vino del Sol. 5,000 cases were produced.
Our Cabernet grapes are carefully selected from our estate vineyards located at 3,000 feet above sea level. This wine achieves an ideal level of maturity and high concentration of flavors. Offering a deep red color and aromas of red fruits, strawberry, jam, spice and vanilla. Aged 8 months in oak.
Produced & Bottled by Zolo
The 2018 Zolo Cabernet Sauvignon begins with an pleasing and intriguing aroma of dark berry fruit with a bit of a spicy, leathery, almost nutty note.
Taking a sip reveals ripe berry fruit, more leather, nice spice and a smooth mouthfeel. It develops quite well with time in the glass – I wasn’t sure about it when I first popped and poured but it really came together after a couple hours.
It ends a bit grippy with a surprisingly long finish. This is a solid, tasty Cab that is definitely worth the low price.
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