VINA COBOS BRAMARE MALBEC MARCHIORI VINEYARD LUJAN DE CUYO
2016 not yet reviewed, but this is what they said about 2015...
92 Points RobertParker.com
2015 was not an easy harvest in Luján de Cuyo, where the grapes for the 2015 Bramare Malbec Marchiori Estate grow. It comes through as ripe and a little heady, with notes of plums and dark cherries and an earthy and spicy touch. There are balsamic aromas reminiscent of cigar ash and incense with a touch of graphite and licorice. It has a full-bodied palate, with grainy, slightly dusty tannins. This comes from a different block than the Cobos, and there are slightly younger vines with less stony soils. Here the wine matured in 65% new French barriques for 18 months. 6,480 bottles produced.
Reviewed by Luis Gutiérrez