2012 VINA COBOS BRAMARE “LUJAN DE CUYO” CABERNET SAUVIGNON
This Cabernet Sauvignon was awarded and impressive 95 point score by James Suckling, the longtime European Bureau Chief for the Wine Spectator! His review raves, “This is a very structured and powerful cabernet… polished and refined. Full body… a long, long finish….” 95 Points
Part owner & winemaker at Viña Cobos is Paul Hobbs, who is one of the most celebrated winemakers in the world… Paul previously crafted such notables as Opus One, DuMOL, Peter Michael & Lewis…
Originating from a region called Lujan de Cuyo, widely considered to be the “prime zone” for wine growing in Mendoza. The vines are grown at 3000-3500 feet elevation, and have miniscule yields of just over 2 tons per acre. This Cabernet Sauvignon spent 17 months in French & American oak barrels before bottling… 95 Point Cabernets in this realistic price range do not appear very often. I strongly recommend securing a case, while supplies last.
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