Calling all California Cabernet lovers, Bordeaux lovers...You don't want to miss this Gran Reserva from Morande. Sourced from a single vineyard in the famed Maipo Valley, this medium-bodied, elegant, and well balanced Cabernet Sauvignon was aged in French oak foudres and barrels for 18 months. 93 Points from James Suckling, the Morande Gran Reserva is also Wine Advocate's top rated Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon for under $15. Amazing varietal character and nice balance. This is a very approachable and tasty range, with a soft texture, integrated acidity and a nice clean finish. Where else but Chile can you find a single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, aged 18 months in French oak, with a 93 Point score for $10.98!
"An expressive cabernet with a mixture of red and black fruit with some baking spices and grilled herbs. Lots of cherries and currants. Medium- to full-bodied on the palate, but really crunchy and drinkable with tight but chalky tannins. Impressive freshness from the acidity and the fruit. A wine you’d want to drink immediately, but it will age, too." James Suckling, 93 Points