BJ scored this wine: 92/100
Just one of their vineyard designate Malbecs, this offering from Luján de Cuyo holds pedigree from the vineyard of Viña Cobos inaugural release back in 1999, the Marchiori estate. A dark violet core is the hiding place for intense ripe berries, garrigue and exotic spice. A fine example of integrated finesse and structure. Best enjoyed with leaner cuts of beef but suitable for Mediterranean influenced vegetarian dishes.