Viña Cobos – Cobos Malbec, Chañares Vineyard
Grapes were harvested manually last March 28 of the year 2014 in the Chañares Vineyard, which came from the best block of the vineyard.
Cobos Chañares wine is made from one hundred percent Malbec grapes. As per the growing season, the grape cycle was very challenging because of complicated weather conditions.
Cobos Chañares is aged for seventeen months in new French oak barrels, bottled in November 2015, unfined and unfiltered.
After winemaking process and proper aging of wine, Cobos Chañares developed a highly expressive and full-bodied style with defined ruby red color with dark violet hues and presents the aromas of herbs like thyme and rosemary, chamomile, violets, ripe black fruits and cassis.
Also, the vibrancy of flavor brings the subtle hints of vanilla, velvety tannins which continuous evolution of pleasant and persistent aftertaste.
Tint: Ruby red with dark violet hues
Aroma: Wild herbs like thyme and rosemary, chamomile, violets, ripe black fruits and cassis
Aroma hints: Vanilla
Flavour: Mouth feel
Flavour finish: Pleasant and persistent
Bottle size: 75 cl
Grapes: 100% Malbec
Food pairing: Beef and venison
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