Varietal Composition: 100% Malbec.

Origin: Finca Cobos, Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza.

Altitude: 960 m.

Viticulture: certified in transition.

Soils: Mostly loam, with sandy loam spots, 100 cm and deeper, over calcium carbonate coated gravels in some areas.

Climate: Sunny and dry, large thermal amplitude.

Production: 360.000 bottles.

Aging: Oak barrels and concrete vats for 8 months.

Tasting Notes: “A ripe, flashy style, delivering full-bodied layers of crushed plum and macerated raspberry and boysenberry fruit, framed by lots of anise, fruitcake and a lingering espresso note. This will surely have a lot of fans.” James Molesworth (WS).

VintageScores and Awards (*)
201690 JS
201592 JS
201290 TA, 91 WA
201390 TA, 90 JS
201190 W&S
201090 WA, GLD-IWSC
200990 WA, 90 WS
200691 WE, GLD-MV
2003GLD-DWA, 90 WE

(*) WA: Wine Advocate (Robert Parker); WS: Wine Spectator; W&S: Wine and Spirits; ST: International Wine Cellars (Stephen Tanzer); WE: Wine Enthusiast; DS: Descorchados (Patricio Tapia); JS: James Suckling; TA: Tim Atkin; DWA: Decanter Wine Awards; IWC: International Wine Challenge. MV: Mundus Vini; IWSC: International Wine and Spirits Competition; GLD: Gold, TR: Trophy