Wine Spectator 92 points - Dark, toasty and jammy, sporting dense wild berry compote, charred apple wood, melted licorice and mocha notes. Big, sporting a long, broad finish. Drink now through 2018.—N.W. (Sep 11 2013)
Bramare Appellation Wines are a blend of fruit from vineyards within the Lujan de Cuyo appellation. Concentration, structure and drinkability are the spirit of these wines.
|Vina Cobos is the Argentina winery of the renowned Paul Hobbs, best known for his namesake wines from California’s North Coast. Hobbs began consulting in South America in 1988 and, early on, became involved with Nicholas Catena in the startup of that winery’s Chardonnay program. In 1998 he temporarily left his consulting projects to start Vina Cobos with the first vintage coming in 1999. In 2005 Vina Cobos constructed its own winery.