2016 Bramare Lujan de Cujo Cabernet, Vina Cobos, Mendoza, Argentina 6x75cl


Vina Cobos are at the very top of the pile when it comes to quality wine production in Argentina. World renowned winemaker, Paul Hobbs has been at the forefront of winemaking in Mendoza for over 20 years - winning loyal fans and consistently gaining the highest scores from the critics. Not only did he release the first ever single varietal Argentinian Malbec to the market, but he was also the first winemaker to score 100 points for a South American wine from James Suckling.

The Bramare designate wines are intended to show the incredible fruit you can find in Mendoza nowadays. Sourced from two regions (Valle de Uco and the Lujan de Cuyo) the grapes are from high-level vineyards – all over 1000 metres from alluvial soils composed predominately of sand rock, with some limestone.

Deep, brilliant red. The nose expresses hints of cassis, black fruits, and Floral notes that elegantly compliment the sweet and pungent spices. Good structure and tension on the palate, along with round tannins, drive a long, persistent finish.

Collections: Argentina, Paul Hobbs Autumn Offer

Type: Red

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