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Santa Julia Plus Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

Cabernet Sauvignon from Argentina
  • RP 88
  • WE 88
  • W&S 87
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Winemaker Notes

Ruby color with purple hues of good intensity. Complex aromas of ripe fruits as cherries, black cherries and plums. Vanilla, leather, tobacco and spices include black pepper and paprika. Full-bodied, sweet tannins, rich red wine with good balance and complexity. Long lingering finish.

Critical Acclaim

RP 88
The Wine Advocate

Although the 2011 Santa Julia Malbec lacked complexity and varietal expression, the 2011 Santa Julia Cabernet Sauvignon (aged for ten months in French oak) has an attractive bouquet of blackberry, boysenberry and tobacco that is crisp, light and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins as well as buoyant red currant and raspberry fruit with deftly integrated oak on the finish. This is very fine for the price.

WE 88
Wine Enthusiast

Pretty aromas of cassis, cherry and sweet cream are inviting. Feels good, with zesty acidity and nice overall balance. Flavors of black currant, Bing cherry and plum cover the bases, while the finish is easygoing. The epitome of everyday Cabernet. Best Buy

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W&S 87
Wine & Spirits

Chocolate-smooth, this is a rich cabernet with fragrant herbal notes over the ripe black fruit. The flavors last, ready to meet a steak.

Santa Julia

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Santa Julia, Argentina, South America
Santa Julia
Near the town of Mendoza, in the Andean foothills, sits Bodega Santa Julia. Founded and still run by the Zuccardi family, the winery has carried the banner of fine Argentine winemaking for three generations. Today, Sebastian Zuccardi, praised as a “terroir-ist” by Wine Advocate, drives the trend toward single-vineyard winemaking. He understands the importance of letting the land, the mountain water, the terroir, do the talking. His creation, Santa Julia Magna, blends grapes from three... View More