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2006 Vina Los Vascos Cabernet Sauvignon Colchagua Valley
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88 Points | International Wine Cellar , March/April 2008

($14) Bright red. Cedary redcurrant and cherry aromas are complicated by tobacco and musky underbrush. Medium-bodied, lightly tannic red and dark berry flavors offer good sweetness and precision, with dusty tannins on the close. Reminds me of Bordeaux.

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By no means a Top-Notch Wine, But...
08/14/2008
by Woodcock12186883
For $12 @ Safeway, you could do a lot worse! Bright Fruit aromas and taste with a medium tannic finnish, pretty well balanced! I gave it 4 stars relative to other Cabs in the same price range. If you Expect to taste a entry level wine, you'll be pleasently surprised! But, if you expect to taste a Chateau Lafite Rothschild because of the partnership of this Grand Cru winery with Los Vascos, you'll be left wanting more...
08/12/2008
by onecabnut
Just did not have a good start or finish

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Cabernet Sauvignon

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