Argentinian Cab Sauv - leather and oak not too bold with some medium tannins on the finish that linger. Nice for the price point. — 2 days ago
Lovely crushed berries make up the nose, like a jam making factory at first pressing.
Fruit leather black raspberry, Ouzo like anise, grit from the cherry pit, blanched plum.
Ending in tonsil smacking cedar stave,
Love the push for Cab franc in the fertile glacier hewn soils of South America. — 6 days ago
One of my go to's . Smooth good flavor and body — 7 days ago
Wow, what a treat this beautiful bottle is! Delicious. Just the perfect amount of tannins to give this a unique blend character. I was also lucky to find an older vintage; makes all the difference. — 8 hours ago
Tart and sour. A little dry. Not bad after a while, let it breathe — 6 days ago
Good nose of raisin, fruity, easy to drink. Quite unexpected quality for wine from Argentina. — 13 days ago
A Mano com Rodolfo, Dai e Camis. Vinho melhor que o Marchiori 2011 — 13 days ago
Slightly dry, calm subtle flavor. Easy to drink. Not too sweet. — a day ago
Great value. Deep red fruit. Hints of spices and leather. Smooth finish. — 5 days ago
The Marchiori Estate from Vina Cobos is sourced from the Marchiori Vineyard and is planted to 18-year-old Cabernet Sauvignon vines planted at 3,270 feet (996 meters) and Malbec vines over 80-years-old, planted at 3,264 feet. The ultra-concentrated wine is simply magical right now and starts off with anise, Black Forest cake, blueberry cordial, Asian spices and crème de cassis. The palate is dense and decadent, showing notable tannin structure with intense weight and viscosity that is downright mesmerizing. Flavors of blueberry compote, dark chocolate covered espresso bean, exotic spice, violets and blackberry cobbler all marvelously come together and linger through the finish. A complete stunner, this is one of the most compelling wines out of Argentina. While glorious now following a one hour decant, this incredible wine will continue to evolve and drink beautifully over the course of the next two decades. Drink 2019-2040- 98 — a day ago