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Château du Cèdre #Cahors - Frequently copied, but never equalled…

Revue Art de Vivre November 2013, by Olivier Cao

2 May 2014, by Sebastian Nickel

“The Château du Cèdre is the most emblematic wine estate of the Cahors region and the proudest defender of the Malbec grape in France and abroad. There is a reason for this. The estate always gave a good example to the entire appellation, even more in recent history, as it has become a mecca for modern wine culture, using the latest techniques in both vineyard and cellar. Frequently copied, but never equalled.”

Château du Cèdre 2010 - a competitor that honours every table
Cassis, pepper, anise. This wine gives the experience to your taste buds to swim in an ocean of prunes and cacao, breathing fresh air full of perfectly balanced smells of mint and pimentos.

Le Cèdre 2010 - sovereign, emancipated, free
Sour cherries and pimentos from Espelette caper on the palate, while black berries and Criste marine occupy the nose. Well-structured final, slightly woody, with smells of leather, roast aromas and sultanas.

GC 2010 - a wine that yearns for high gastronomy
The first impression is about power and concentration. Sensational tannins, wrapped in wild, dark berries, govern every single taste bud with balsamico and roast aromas, while the nose appreciates hints of leather and coffee. Though a little intimidating the finale surely does not lack elegance. A gigantic perfume of spices, blueberries, star anise and wild pepper is kept together by feminine fragrances of red currant and tobacco.



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