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It pays to have the last name Wagner, especially with regards to having first dibs on wine opportunities. Sourced from some of the highest elevation vineyards in the Andes Mountains range in Argentina, the Red Schooner Voyage 5 beautifully blends the world of Mendoza Malbecs with the winemaking style used in making Caymus Napa Cabernets. The fruit is harvested and super-chilled at low temperatures just above freezing while making the ocean voyage to Caymus winery in Napa Valley, where it’s pressed in their state-of-the-art winemaking facility by winemaker Charlie Wagner. The results are like no Malbec you’ve ever tasted, I can promise that. With big plum, cherry and chocolate flavors and smooth silky tannins, it’s no wonder the Wagner’s call this their “iron fist in a velvet glove.”
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Caymus makes a malbec bigger and bolder than any I’ve tried in a long, long time.