This pack includes one bottle of 2013 Riglos Gran Cabernet Sauvignon (96 Tim Atkin, MW) and one bottle of 2014 Saini Vineyards Zinfandel (91 Robert Parker).
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Each two bottle set contains one each of the following wines:
2013 Riglos Gran Cabernet Sauvignon
96 points Tim Atkin, MW:"Riglos' vineyard in Gualtallary is one of the best Cabernet sites in Argentina, especially in a cooler vintage like 2013. Showing very pure varietal flavours, with dense blackcurrant and blackberry fruit, masses of dry extract, fine-grained tannins and notes of green herbs and mint supported by acidity. 2017-25"
2014 Saini Vineyards Zinfandel
91 points Robert Parker - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:"The 2014 Zinfandel Dry Creek has briary fruit, not quite the density of the 2013s, but beautiful berry fruit, especially raspberries and black cherries, medium to full body, and again, stunning purity. I think this is the first time I've had a good look at these wines, and I'm impressed. Drink this one over the next 5-6 years. It is likely to be shorter-lived than the 2013s. "