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Viña Cobos, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza

Viña Cobos is the dream of Napa Valley's trail-blazer Paul Hobbs.

Californian trail-blazer Paul Hobbs visited Argentina in 1989 and fell in love with its terroir and culture. From then on noble wines of superior quality have been produced here, placing Malbec and Argentina on the same stage as the world's greatest wine producers.

Viña Cobos is driven by the vision of producing ultra-premium wines in Argentina, and the winery is named after the street where the very special Marchiori vineyard is located.

Cobos and Bramare were the first two wines produced at the winery. As soon as these two labels were released they showed the spectacular quality that can be achieved in Argentina's wines, showcasing the grapes from special lots of the Marchiori vineyard along with the commitment of the winemakers who rigorously worked from the vineyard to the production stage.

Cobos wines are the flagship of the winery and they are produced from the most vintage vines of Marchiori vineyard. These wines are elegant and subtle, highly powerful and concentrated with good complexity and balance.

Bramare Vineyard Designate captures the aromatic power, intensity and complexity of prominent lots in unique vineyards. Bramare confers all its vineyard potential to elegant and expressive wines. Its label is inspired by a blooming vine.

Bramare Appellation highlights the richness of Mendoza regions and it exquisitely shows the differences among the excellent grape growing potential in Luján de Cuyo and the Uco Valley. These wines are abundant, expressive and hedonistic with highly aromatic intensity, ripe fruit and soft tannins.

Felino wines stand out because of their freshness and fruity expression. Elaborated with grapes sourced from different regions in Mendoza, each of these varietal wines highlight their typical richness: Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay. The line is intense and brilliant with a vivid acidity and delicate and balanced tannins.