A new chess player beats his opponents with moves that even the masters hadn’t seen before. Another fantastic offering from Argentina’s Andaluna. Nose is super subtle, with only the only slightest hints of black fruit and spice. On the tongue it’s round, mild tannins, notes of blackberry and rosemary, and super, super dry. Drank well by itself and again very well when paired with traditional hamburger. Would be fantastic with cheese plate, too, and I’m tempted to host a cheese night with this alongside a white Riesling just for compare-and-contrast. Highly recommended. First 5-star cabernet franc ever on Winepisser!