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Gold List & Food Match Award: 2012 Decero Cabernet Sauvignon, Remolinos Vineyard

Clinching top honors, 2012 Decero Cabernet was the only wine from Argentina to be awarded the prestigious Food Match Award.

Vibrancy and real food-friendliness gave Decero not just Gold but the newly created Burger Food Match award. Hardly surprising, given the judges comments. Excellent red fruit, with a vanilla tone, this is lively and spicy, said team leader Sarah Jane Evans MW. Rich and silky with notable tannins, added an equally approving Sandro Lyhs of Oxo Tower Bar of this dense but approachable Cabernet. Equally happy being sipped solo or accompanying chargrilled fare.

94 Points: 2010 Decero Amano, Remolinos Vineyard

The 2010 Amano Remolinos Vineyard is from Agrelo a cooler area in the Lujan de Cuyo district of Mendoza, very ripe but seems to keep the freshness with good acidity and tension. It is a powerful wine with a base of Malbec blended with other varieties, which is dark-colored and feels very smoky, still marked by the oak, with a nice core of blueberries, blackberries, red fruit and spices, peat, graphite, but all these aromas should be absorbed into the wine which has lively acidity, abundant, fine-grained tannins, and is balanced with good acidity. It could be drunk now, but seeing how older vintages have evolved, I’d give it a couple of years. This is pure silk, with a kind of Audrey Hepburn perfection. A superb effort. Drink 2015-2022.  94 Points

90 Points: 2011 Decero Malbec, Remolinos Vineyard

The 2011 Remolinos Vineyard Decero Malbec is young and fruity, with harmony, good acidity, great balance and purity. Clean, long, and well-proportioned with perfectly ripe fruit, it is a delicious wine at a great price. Drink 2014-2019. 90 Points

90 Points: 2012 Decero Malbec, Remolinos Vineyard

Screaming value… Delivers pure aromas of blackberry, licorice, bitter chocolate and violet. This juicy, concentrated, polished wine shows a distinct medicinal reserve to its flavors of darkest berries, mocha and bitter chocolate. The aftertaste is smooth and persistent, with a serious coating of fine-grained tannins and lingering dark berry and licorice notes.  90 Points.

91 Points: 2011 Decero Amano, Remolinos Vineyard

(A blend of 64% Malbec, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Petit Verdot and 2% Tannat; aged for 20 months in new French oak):  Full ruby-red.  Deep aromas of cassis blackberry, licorice pastille, bitter chocolate and spicecake.  Intensely flavored and nicely delineated, with a velvety richness to the flavors of dark fruits, spices and chocolatey oak.  Finishes savory, smooth, smooth and long with kirsch, dark berry and spicecake flavors complemented by high-quality oak.  91 Points

90 Points: 2012 Decero Malbec, Remolinos Vineyard

Full red-ruby.  Pure aromas of blackberry, licorice, butter chocolate and violet.  Juicy, concentrated and refined showing restrained sweetness and good medicinal reserve to the flavors of darkest berries, mocha and bitter chocolate.  Finishes smooth and persistent, with a serious dusting of fine-grained tannins and lingering dark berry and licorice notes.  90 Points

Trophy Best Red Blend over $50: 2011 Decero Amano, Remolinos Vineyard

90 Points: 2011 Decero Malbec, Remolinos Vineyard

This dark version offers pure black plum, dark cherry, spice and licorice notes on a full yet fresh frame, with a mineral element marking the savory finish. Drink now through 2015.

Wine Pick of the Week – 2009 Decero Malbec, Remolinos Vineyard

Wine Pick of the Week: Malbec from Argentina can be terrific with food, especially when it has solid architecture, balance, and length – all features of this vigorous and stylish wine. Decero wines display the complexities of the Remolinos Vineyard’s quality equation of sunny days, cool nights, altitude, fresh winds, and a lengthy growing season. Perfumed nose and vivid red fruits offer the kind of restrained elegance that sets it apart from other Mendoza Malbecs. Firmly structured for a prime cut of beef – take the time to make a tangy chimichurri sauce – and bold enough for a smoky bacon cheeseburger with carmelized onions and garlic.

92 Points: 2010 Decero Amano, Remolinos Vineyard

With interesting aromas of pine, herbs, juniper and tree bark matched against blueberry and prune, this blend of 65% Malbec, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot is ripped on the palate, with fine flavors of wild berry, spice and herbs. A lively finish ultimately softens with flavors of chocolate and baked berry. Drink through 2018.

Gold List: 2010 Decero Cabernet Sauvignon, Remolinos Vineyard

‘Restraint, elegance and good value took Decero to the top. ‘Plums, currants and spice on the nose, leading to a very clean, fresh, spicy structure with finesse. Excellent length. Very well made,’ said team leader, Angela Reddin, while Gabor Foth of Hakkasan Hanway Place added, ‘Amazing, a really great expression, with good varietal character, and fresh but intense cassis. It’s a great wine for someone who likes Bordeaux or New World Cabernet blends.’ Go for char-grilled steak.’  – Gold Medal

90 Points: 2011 Decero Malbec, Remolinos Vineyard

Color cereza intenso. Aroma expresivo, varietal, fruta madura, especiado. Boca especiado, fruta madura.

93 Points: 2011 Decero Syrah, Remolinos Vineyard

Color cereza, borde granate. Aroma especiado, roble cremoso, tostado, con carácter, expresión frutal, terroso. Boca potente, sabroso, tostado, taninos maduros.

91 Points: 2010 Decero Cabernet Sauvignon, Remolinos Vineyard

Color cereza, borde granate. Aroma especiado, roble cremoso, tostado, con carácter. Boca potente, sabroso, tostado, taninos maduros.

91+ Points: 2010 Decero Amano, Remolinos Vineyard

A blend of 65% malbec, 30% cabernet sauvignon, 4% petit verdot and 1% tannat; aged for 20 months in new French oak: Saturated bright medium ruby. Very ripe, high-toned aromas of black raspberry and sweet mocha oak. Sweet blackberry and blackberry fruit flavors are complicated by coffee and mocha notes and given a light touch by nicely integrated ripe acidity. Finishes with brisk berry flavors and good lift. A bit withdrawn today, in need of a couple years in bottle to absorb some more of its oak.

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