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Viña Cobos is the inspired vision of a dreamer who one day undertook the challenge of producing great Argentine red wine that would be on par with the best-known wines of the world. From that moment, Paul Hobbs started to make noble wines of...more
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Costa Flores y Ruta 7 | Perdriel, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza 5509, Argentina
If you are into high range wines from the New World you should not miss this Viña (winemaker) in Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza. This winery produces very special wines, recognized so worldwide. I and my wife went to this place to have a wine tasting...More
Vina Cobos offers several different tastings ranging from approximately $25 to $150 US. My wife and I paid about $60 each for our tasting and were very pleased with it. The wines were very good and the young woman who led the tasting was very...More
I would not say “don’t drink wines from Cobos without a wine tasting” - this would be overstated -, but for sure: the explanations you get during this tasting provides you deep insights.
We are accompanying the wines of Cobos since 8 years, but never...More
Despite the very small tasting area, this was easily the best wine I've ever tasted. I chose the four Malbecs and three out of the four were better than any wine I've ever had. I ended up buying the Chanares, even though it was a...More
We were one of three groups scheduled for the 11:00 am hour, and so our guide, Martina, had four of us in her English speaking group. She gave us an excellent description of the winery, the area, and the wine making process. She showed around...More
This is a beautiful winery, but their prices are simply crazy. This is a good wine but not for 300 usd...we paid almost 100 usd for the tasting which was nice, they even serve delicious snacks with the wine but I thought it was way...More
Vina Cobos wines are very good to excellent across a wide price range that has five levels. We tasted the Felino Malbec from the lowest level, two from the Bramare Appellation (meaning the general wine growing region -- for example, Lujan de Cuyo and Valle...More