Viña Cobos – Bramare Marchiori Vineyard Chardonnay
Grapes of Viña Cobos are grown in vertical shoot position of vineyard, in deep soils and harvested by hand from the Perdriel appellation.
During the growing season, several problems showed up because of the troubling weather conditions.
The cool spring, lower temperatures and late frosts disturbed the yielding of Chardonnay.
The eleven months aging in new French oak gave Bramare Chardonnay marvelous tasting notes, which show off vibrant pale yellow color with green tones and golden reflexes.
Wine drinkers and lovers find Bramare Chardonnay fresh and lively because of the delicate floral, toasted bread, cocoa butter, white chocolate and vanilla aromas with tropical fruit, green apple and herbal notes.
The round and excellent concentration gives the wine a remarkable acidity and good volume. Also, this leads to noticeable and pleasant aftertaste.
Tint: Pale yellow, vibrant color with green tones and golden reflexes
Aroma: Delicate floral bouquet, toasted bread, cocoa butter, white chocolate and vanilla
Flavour: Fresh, lively and round
Flavour finish: Tropical fruit, green apple and herbal
Bottle size: 75 cl
Grapes: 100% Chardonnay
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Viña Cobos – Bramare Marchiori Vineyard Chardonnay 2008
WINES OF ARGENTINA, Recognition won: Bronze
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