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Despite Malbec being a varietal that is synonymous with Argentine wine, the Cahors appellation in South West France is the ancestral home of this wonderfully diverse grape with a legacy lost to time. Colloquially referred to as “the black wine of Cahors”, this wine is not only in a league of its own in the wide world of wine but quite different from its South American relative. This latter point should not be surprising though, given the difference in terroir, cultivation, & equatorial proximity.
The Château du Cèdre Heritage Malbec comes from one of the top estates in Cahors. This complex, dense wine is both structured & packed with great fruit. At the moment, the tannins are in charge, big, bold, & dense. Over the next few years the opulent black fruits will come out strongly, bringing richness along with impressive concentration.
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