The Little Grape That Could Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

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Beverly Crandon rated this wine as 85/100 with the following review:

Before I get into the wine I should state that The Little Grape that Could wine group have set up a fantastic charitable campaign behind their wines. Their story is very much so worth checking out.
The Cabernet Sauvignon is a definite and solid ruby red colour. On the nose, you’ll meet low intensity scents of oak, minerality and some plum. On the palate, well tempered tannins and fruit are blended and presented nicely in the mouth. Tastes of black currant, plum and some anise grace this bottle. The Little Grape that Could Cabernet Sauvignon is a noticeably good, everyday wine. You can surely pair this with your everyday food fare and feel quite content doing so.

Natalie's Review

The Little Grape That Could Cabernet Sauvignon 2010, Argentina, argentina: A juicy, full-bodied smooth wine with purple and black plum flavours. Simple, but a great price. Here's the iinovative tie-in: 100% of profits for this wine go to the charity that select. Interesting and worthy concept. Drink: 2012-2013. 277020 13% D 750 mL  $11.95 Score: 86/100. July 30, 2012  Full Review