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The classics of Château du Cèdre Cahors - Vintage 2015

Permalink, 24 December 2018, by Sebastian Nickel

Chateau du Cèdre Cahors

DENSE, STRUCTURED AND WILD
Due to its nature, the Cuvée GC initially holds back. Built for long cellaring, it doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to play all its cards. Carefully and calmly it takes a deep breath before he starts to reveal its traits. While the bouquet first is full of spice and savagery, dark fruity notes gradually take over. Lemon peels bring in some zest, peppermint and wild pepper give ease and depth. Clear tannins, radiant acidity, soft, broad structure ... Let him meditate for a few more years in the cellar.

SILKY, ELEGANT AND DELICATE
Autumn seems to have compiled the bouquet of the cuvée Le Cèdre: raspberries and blueberries to commemorate the summer, green pepper and star anise in anticipation of winter, cedar wood and forest mushrooms give autumn colours ... On the palate you will find the elegant dancer again, which represents its unique character with amazing precision and delicacy. A great year for the cuvée Le Cèdre, an exquisite pleasure that you should decant while young, whereas the most patient may ripen this wine in the cellar for many years.

ENTHUSIASIVE, JOYFULL AND TYPICALLY CAHORS!
Even if it wanted, it could not deny its origins and roots. What a wonderful expression of a typical Malbec from Cahors: Sour cherries and blackberries, gingerbread and pipe tobacco, fresh and slightly smoky ... Soft on the palate, with grip and freshness and delicate, well-integrated tannin structure, it shows a lot of length and a juicy and spicy finish. Enjoy immediately or mature as a loyal table companion in the cellar for many years.

The 2015 vintage in Cahors
A great vintage! Healthy grapes, concentrated and moderate power, ideal for producing great, balanced, promising wines.

Chateau du Cèdre Cahors



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