Bramare malbec marchiori

Bramare Malbec, Marchiori Vineyard 2007

ViƱa Cobos by Paul Hobbs

Opalescent pale straw color introduces a big, bold, opulent chardonnay, fragrant with ripe, freshly cut pear, Fuji apple and white nectarine. Viscosity and structure define a palate bursting with layered flavors of ripe tropical fruit, lemon meringue, vanillin and dulce de leche that persist through the citrusy notes on the long, spicy finish.

Country:
Argentina
Region:
Mendoza
Appellation/ava:
Lujan de Cuyo
Vineyard designation:
Marchiori Vineyard
Vintage:
2007
Wine type:
Red
Grape:
Malbec
Size:
750 mL
Rating:
93

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Malolactic fermentation:
Yes
Viticulture:
Traditional
Closure:
Cork
Case production:
1330

Reviews

  • "93 points. A big, ripe, powerful rendition of Malbec, with boysenberry, linzer torte and loganberry fruit pumping along mocha-infused toast. The lush finish is loaded with velvety tannins that let the fruit drip on. An impressive, hedonistic style. Drink now through 2012. 1,330 cases made." (Wine Spectator)
  • "92 points. Good deep, bright ruby. Dark berries, sassafras and chocolate on the nose. Sweet, dense and lush without any impression of heaviness; conveys an almost porty ripeness but notes of cherry pit and licorice are enlivened by firm acidity. Finishes with sweet, seamless tannins and excellent length and lift." (vinous)

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