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A good glass of... Cuvée Le Cèdre 2011 #Cahors by Pascal et Jean-Marc Verhaeghe

Permalink, 7 November 2014, by Sebastian Nickel

This 100% Malbec, perfectly aware of its power of seduction, plays its best cards with a certain kind of nonchalance: An explosive bouquet, a dense and creamy mouth feel, a (very) long final, fresh minerality.

Le Cèdre 2011 - Château du Cèdre Cahors

Exuberant fragrances of raspberry and violets, but also marzipan and toasted hazelnuts rapidly capture the entire attention of our olfactory cells, while our taste buds turn somersaults between the velvety mouth feel and the impressive tannin structure. A wine that unleashes passion, expects affection and deserves some subtle cooking (grilled zander with bacon and capers in its youth, slowly cooked venison with sour cherry after a couple of years of cellaring).



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