(From 2014 Vintage) Colores del Sol is a new wine which delivers a higher level of Argentine Malbec. It is sourced exclusively from the Luján de Cuyo vineyard district within Mendoza, South America’s most prestigious wine-growing region.The vineyards in Luján de Cuyo are among the highest, driest, and sunniest in the world, at elevations reaching 3,500 feet. The grapes bask in bright, pure sunlight, inspiring the wine’s name: in English, ‘Colors of the Sun’.
(From 2010 Vintage) The 2010 Colores del Sol Malbec is deep ruby in color with bright purple hues. Intense aromas of ripe blackberry and hints of spice lead into a rich, fruit-driven palate, dominated by flavors of raspberry and black cherry. The wine shows excellent balance with an opulent, full-bodied mouthfeel and fine grained tannins.
Moderately dark purple. Slight wood-alcohol nose. Light tannins, with dry after-taste. Watery; nothing special.
intense bold dark red. pair with red meats, roasted vegetables.
fruity and medium bodied with smooth finish very delicious
had @ Bristol and O'Neills. v smooth and nice.
drank with Jim and wife in Cardif
very tasty and juicy for a malbec
fruity, uncomplicated, nice
not bad for less than $10
Kim had at Pasquini's
Dane likes Malbec