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2009 Andeluna Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon – Review

By Duane Pemberton Winery website: http://www.andeluna.com Because Argentina has largely built its reputation on the back of Marlbec, it might be easy to overlook other Bordeaux varietals that do well there like Cabernet Sauvignon. This Andeluna Cellars Cab is modestly priced at $12 and brings with it a lot of goodness for the money – […]

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A pair of Argentina Reds from Septima Winery

There’s no question that Argentina – as a wine producing region – is on fire and that has mainly been because of its successful malbec wines. Due to a variety of reasons such as cheaper labor, land and grape prices, you can often find wine from Argentina are far superior quality-per-dollar than other leading regions. […]

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2005 Andeluna Reserve – 3-way Round-up Review

Taking its name from it surroundings of the Andes Mountain range and the moon – this winery out of Argentina has given my palate a fever and the only perspcription is more of its reserve wines for an MSRP of $20. I’ve often held the Mendoz region of Argentina as a fine area for Malbec, […]

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