New Collection of Bold Cabernet from WSJ Wine
The Wall Street Journal Wine Club is featuring a new collection of 90 Pt International Cabernets. These bold barrel aged reds come from all around the world, included California, France, South Africa, and more! There are 6 unique Cabernets included in this case (you get two each). All of these have been rated over 90 Pts from Wine Spectator. Save $35 and get this case for just $13.34 a bottle today!
90 Pt Washington Cabernet: Charles Smith creates rich, exotic wines full of texture. This Cab is made from Snipes Mountain fruit.
Top Estate Chilean Cabernet: From historic Vina Tarapaca and Parker-praised winemaker Cri, this is a smooth, black currant-rich Cab.
Top Vintage California Cabernet: Premium grapes stored with classy French oak aging, this Lockwood is from winemaker Darin Kinzie’s fine Prestige Collection.
Top Estate Argentine Cabernet: Deep, dark, barrel-aged beauty crafted by Napa Cab legend Paul Hobbs. Pairs excellent with spicy red meats.
New Southern French Cabernet: Dark and full of toasty black-fruit flavor, Jean-Marc Sauboua christened this southern French blockbuster “beau bijou” (“beautiful jewel”)
Top Estate South African Cabernet: A new Farmhouse release by Lizanne Jordaan, this Cab has been deftly aged in French oak and is bursting with cherry flavors. Also from Spier, one of South Africa’s oldest estates dating back to 1692.