brand: bramare vineyards
Argentina » Lujan de Cuyo
James Suckling 93 "This is really complex and balanced with lots of chocolate, walnut and currant character. Full to medium body. Wonderful energy and complexity. Drink
Wine Spectator 92 A powerful wine from one of the best growing regions in Mendoza. California's Paul Hobbs has made this one of Argentina's
"The Bramare 'Marchiori Vineyard' wines are from 100% estate grown fruit located in Lujan de Cuyo. The 2007 Bramare Malbec 'Marchiori Vineyard', tasted from a
Wine Spectator 90 "Quite ripe, delivering lots of blueberry and boysenberry fruit flavors. This manages to stay polished and fresh, with mocha, spice and anise notes
Wine Spectator 90 "Concentrated and lightly spiced, with layered flavors of blackberry, cassis and plum pudding. Bright acidity drives the long finish, which lingers with an
Robert Parker 92 "The 2005 Bramare Cabernet Sauvignon spent 18 months in French and American oak, 42% new. It is opaque purple-colored with a splendid aromatic
Robert Parker 96-99 "The Bramare "Marchiori Vineyard" wines are from 100% estate grown fruit located in Lujan de Cuyo. The 2006 Bramare Malbec “Marchiori Vineyard”, tasted
Robert Parker 92 "The 2007 Bramare Chardonnay has more obvious oak in light of the fact that it was aged in 50% new French barrels for
Robert Parker 93 "The 2006 Bramare Cabernet Sauvignon received the same elevage as the Malbec. It exhibits aromas of smoke, spice box, violet, damp earth, black
Wine Advocate 90 "The 2009 Bramare Cabernet Sauvignon Lujan de Cuyo is narrower on the palate in comparison to the Malbec cuvees. Nevertheless, it is a
Wine Spectator 92 " Dark, toasty and jammy, sporting dense wild berry compote, charred apple wood, melted licorice and mocha notes. Big, with a long, broad
James suckling 95 - A red with ripe berry and plum aromas. Dried flowers. Full body, layered and gorgeous fruit. Tight and beautiful. Small production.
Wine Spectator 93 "A plush red, with an underlying sense of power to the concentrated and richly spiced flavors of dark plum, boysenberry and dried ginger.
James Suckling 94 “This linear and precise malbec shows blue fruits, crushed stones and chalk. Some white peppers. Full- to medium-bodied, bright and very persistent. A
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