Viña Cobos Felino Malbec 201875cl
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Description of Viña Cobos Felino Malbec 2018
Viña Cobos Felino Malbec 2018 (Malbec)
- View: purple, intense, with a black core in the glass.
- Nose: Fine and elegant. Scent of raspberries with chocolate, mocha, chocolate, toast and vanilla.
- Mouth: velvety black and red fruit. subtle hints of caramel and graphite. Soft tannins and long finish.
VINEYARD: Viña Cobos, Mendoza, Argentina. In 1999, American Paul Hobbs teamed up with partner Andrea Marchiori Argentina and Luis Barraud, to found the winery Viña Cobos at home. Cobos vineyard produces wines expressing terroir in a natural way, of which derived.
AGEING: barrels of French and American oak.
PREPARATION: In compliance with the grapes in certain parts of the warehouse are specifically identified and controlled by its origin. This makes it possible to know the potential of each wine and evaluate, to respect what the vineyard will give birth.Through a gravitational process the fruits are processed in a smooth manner, without damaging the grains. Then, an optimum fermentation. The wines are very fruity with a suitable proportion of wood, carefully selecting French and American oak barrels is achieved. In order to preserve its complexity to promote its texture and ultimate strength, the wines are not clarified.This document style makes it possible to preserve the work done in the vineyard peak, resulting in wines that are a true expression of the vineyard and its terroir. Contains sulfites.
PAIRING: hot entrees, pasta. Also grilled polenta and sauteed vegetables and truffle risotto or lamb.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 15-19 ° C
Reviews of Viña Cobos Felino Malbec 2018
Its intense colour attracted me. Dominating scent of red currant. It is the softest wine of Mendoza.
Ruby colour apparently, but it had more intense reflections. I liked its toasted aromas. This Mendoza is warm and balanced.
It was served while having an appetizer.
Vina Cobos Felino Malbec 2012
Ruby colour apparently, but it had more intense reflections. When you smell it you can feel different aromas such as licorice, violet, .... A surprisingly fresh wine.