Wine Advocate Review Rated 93 The 2008 Bramare Malbec Lujan de Cuyo is purple/black with enticing scents of wood smoke, Asian spices, lavender, and assorted black fruits. It is sweeter, richer, and more structured than the Uco Valley cuvee. Packed with fruit, it merits cellaring for 2-3 years and will deliver prime drinking from 2012 to 2023.
Wine Tasting Notes This viscous, violet-hued malbec is perfumed with raspberry and black pepper. The mouth-coating palate unfolds in concentrated, finely textured layers of dark fruits, licorice and underbrush that are enhanced by hints of vanillin and roasted coffee over a lengthy finish graced with firm tannins and spicy notes.
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