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Tasting of Château du Cèdre 2007, Cahors

Permalink, 16 November 2010, by Sebastian Nickel

Dark coloured, almost black, with purple hues.

The nose is profound as its colour, with spices - chocolate, vanilla – ripe cherry and freshly cut rosemary. It’s a very rich nose, primary somehow reluctant, that fully opens in the glass.

A straight mouth, fresh and round on the palate, with lots of young but smooth tannins. A long finish on fruit.

This wine has it s own character, reflecting perfectly its terroir et origins. Still young, but already excellent company for a roasted duck or a Coq-au-vin. Decanting about an hour before tasting will reveal all its aromatic potential.

Tasted on october 25th 2010

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