The Centenario line of wines was added in 1970, marking the centennial anniversary of the winery (in case you didn’t figure out the translation.) And while many consumers are just excited about malbec from Argentina, this wine proves that Argentine cabernet sauvignon is something to get excited about too.
Gorgeous is the first word to come to mind when smelling this wine. It exhibits well-concentrated cherry aromas supported by blackberry, coffee and cocoa aromatics. The palate offers ripe cherry, blackberry chocolate and black tea flavors with silky tannins. It finishes exceptionally long with more of the cherry flavor, but also an earthy note from the tannins. It’s a well-balanced and structured wine.
Wine: Graffigna Centenario
Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon