If you love red wine with structured tannins and intense black fruit, the wines of Cahors offer an abundance of excellent choices. Traditionally, the key sellers of this region have included international grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Increasingly, however, discerning wine lovers have been enjoying the Malbec-based wines that Cahors in South West France has to offer. Clos la Coutale is one of the area’s finest producers and their wines offer outstanding value. Today, their 2018 release is a robust, tightly coiled rouge, lifted by an impressive freshness that is balanced by notes of dark fruit, earth, and leather. Over five, ten, fifteen, and twenty years, it will unfurl slowly, showing you a different kind of magic at each moment in time, culminating in a glass of stately Cahors that is similar, in ways, to aged Bordeaux. A perfect case buy for drinking now or far into the future.
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