Familia Zuccardi

Q Valle de Uco Cabernet Sauvignon

8.7149 ratings
8.77 pro ratings
Valle De Uco, Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina
Cabernet Sauvignon
Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Pasta, Venison, Tomato-Based, Potato, Pork, Chocolate & Caramel, White Rice, Mushrooms, Beef, Lamb, Chili & Hot Spicy
Top Notes For
Scott Arnold

Beautifully full, berry fruit and cedar, nice length, very satisfying. Crowd-pleaser New Years Eve. 2013 vintage.

Beautifully full, berry fruit and cedar, nice length, very satisfying. Crowd-pleaser New Years Eve. 2013 vintage.

1 person found it helpfulJan 1st, 2018
Lisa Marie Aka  “Beachin Wino”

A lovely wine that has something at the beginning, middle, and end. Great structure and balance. Superb value at this price point. Made Wine Spectator Top 100.

A lovely wine that has something at the beginning, middle, and end. Great structure and balance. Superb value at this price point. Made Wine Spectator Top 100.

1 person found it helpfulOct 7th, 2017
Peter van den Besselaar

Vintage 2011 - rich smell, bitter in aftertaste

Vintage 2011 - rich smell, bitter in aftertaste

1 person found it helpfulNov 8th, 2016
Rochelle

A little lack luster upon opening tastes a bit dehydrated sounds weird but honestly if you taste you would get it lol... Opens up on about 30 min a little jam very little almost sugar free like haha a light to medium Pinot qualities not the best Malbec 😝@TheSkip you seem serious about your wine I like that .... With that said this wine was a company wine I was trying out to see if it was OK for company LOL not sure I could allow my reputation as to do so haha

A little lack luster upon opening tastes a bit dehydrated sounds weird but honestly if you taste you would get it lol... Opens up on about 30 min a little jam very little almost sugar free like haha a light to medium Pinot qualities not the best Malbec 😝@TheSkip you seem serious about your wine I like that .... With that said this wine was a company wine I was trying out to see if it was OK for company LOL not sure I could allow my reputation as to do so haha

1 person found it helpfulAug 11th, 2016
Joyce Lin

Red cherry, fig and plum in the palate, medium to medium plus acidity, medium plus tannin, medium to medium plus body. Not bad for a Tempranillo from Argentina.

Red cherry, fig and plum in the palate, medium to medium plus acidity, medium plus tannin, medium to medium plus body. Not bad for a Tempranillo from Argentina.

Apr 16th, 2016
Holly Morin

Wow first Malbec

Wow first Malbec

Nov 10th, 2019
JLH
8.6

Jammy, but not as full bodied or peppery as you’d expect from a Malbec.

Jammy, but not as full bodied or peppery as you’d expect from a Malbec.

Sep 22nd, 2019
Jay Liddell

The Q stands for Quality?

The Q stands for Quality?

Feb 16th, 2019
David Thompson

Very balanced wine that goes well with food. Not too sweet, not too dry.

Very balanced wine that goes well with food. Not too sweet, not too dry.

Feb 2nd, 2019
Ariodante D'Antilio

A Malbec on the dryer side. Less spicy and peppery compared to your typical Malbec so not being a huge Malbec fan I like it!

A Malbec on the dryer side. Less spicy and peppery compared to your typical Malbec so not being a huge Malbec fan I like it!

Jan 29th, 2019