This king of red wines displays subtle differences depending on its region of origin. It is a harsh wine, with marked acidity and strong presence of tannins, which proves to be tasty and full-bodied at the time of optimum maturation.
In the North-west of the country, Cabernet Sauvignon gets astonishing color intensity and aromas, which remind you of blackberries and green pepper. Within Cuyo this wine varietal gets fruitier, with ripe cherry hints; while in the south of the country aromas get more intense, developing mineral and earthy bouquets. Barrel and bottle ageing lend a particular elegance, with tobacco, leather and spices aromas.