18 Apr 2018

Casarena Reservado Malbec - new pricing makes this a great value

Casarena Reservado Malbec - new pricing makes this a great value

You know you have a winner when you can offer a solidly reviewed Malbec for way under $15 a bottle and under $10 on a six bottle deal.

Well-made Malbec has its fair share of followers and with the discounted pricing its a win-win situation for everyone. The 2013 Casarena Reservado Malbec would normally sell for $19.99 but we can now offer it at $11.99 a bottle and $8.99 on a six bottle or more purchase, making this a great deal.

Casarena is in the Lujan de Cuyo region just south of Mendoza city. Casarena began in 2007 with the renovation of an old winery which was built in 1937. They are committed to the Lujan de Cuyo, and expressing the unique characters of wines from Perdriel and Agrelo. The winery and vineyards are located at about 3000 feet. For this wine to be selling at $20 is not a stretch, so when the winery and former importer had a parting of ways, the deals get passed on to the end consumer.

A James Suckling 91 pt review and Steven Tanzer giving this a more than respectable 89 pt review, brings some credibility to the equation. With some bottle age this has polished up nicely and is drinking beautifully as we speak with a number of good years still in front of it. This is something to buy by the case and load up on this one-time offering. We bought a lot of this wine and it is our pleasure to pass the savings on to you.

Posted by Gregg 00:00:00

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