Mas de Etoiles Malbec 'Petite Etoile' Cahors 2013

Mas de Etoiles Malbec 'Petite Etoile' Cahors 2013
Mas de Etoiles Malbec 'Petite Etoile' Cahors 2013
Mas de Etoiles Malbec 'Petite Etoile' Cahors 2013
Mas de Etoiles Malbec 'Petite Etoile' Cahors 2013

Mas de Etoiles Malbec 'Petite Etoile' Cahors 2013

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Mas de Etoiles Malbec 'Petite Etoile' Cahors 2013

Region/Appellation
Cahors 
Country Hierarchy
South West France, France
Grape/Blend
Malbec
Food Suggestion
Beef and Venison
Wine Style
Red - Bold and Structured

Cahors is a small town in southwestern France, located 100 miles (160km) east of Bordeaux. In wine terms it is known for its deeply colored reds made predominantly from Malbec (known locally as both Côt and Auxerrois), with small quantities of Tannat and Merlot. Interestingly, Cahors is the only red-wine appellation in the French south-west to use neither Cabernet Sauvignon nor Cabernet Franc.
The typical Cahors wine is darkly colored and has a meaty, herb-tinged aroma, with hints of spiced black cherries and a whiff of cedar. Cahors is invariably tighter and leaner than the rich, opulent style of Malbec being made in the variety’s new-found home in Mendoza, Argentina.

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