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Delicate Malbec from Cahors - The wines of Château du Cèdre tasted by Falstaff (Austria)

21 August 2012, by Sebastian Nickel, Wine Press...
“Falstaff has blind-tasted some hundred wines in Cahors” (Comments from Peter Moser)

Vintage 2007 Château du Cèdre - Le Cèdre (92 Points)

« […] Intense smell of spicy wood, vanilla, black fruit, balsamico and a little tobacco. Juicy, mellow, fine tannins, a backbone of fresh acidity, as well as honey and chocolate for the (long) final. Well-balanced and already accessible, with good ageing potential. »

Vintage 2008 Château du Cèdre GC (92 Points)

« […] Toasty aromas in the nose, nougat, black fruit. Attractive. Soft, mellow and fine, elegant and chocolate-flavoured, fresh cherries. Suits to accompany a high number of recipes, good ageing potential. »

Vintage 2008 Château du Cèdre Le Cèdre (90 Points)

« […] The nose is discreet, with black fruit, blueberries and smoke, spices and finesse. Medium complexity, very ripe black fruit, well-integrated tannins, but still a little coarse. Sour cherry on the final, needs some time, good ageing potential.»

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