Clos la Coutale Malbec Blend Cahors 2009

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The blend is 70% Malbec (known locally as Cot), the traditional grape of the region, blended with 15% Merlot which gi...

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Good every day wine. Won't disappoint. Read more

A Proprietary Blend wine from S W France in France. 2009 Clos la Coutale Cahors 750ml Read more

Astonishing elegance, red fruit with spicy overtones. A well-constructed wine. Clos La Coutale can be drunk young thanks to its good fruit, but has... Read more

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03/02/2012

Good every day wine. Won't disappoint.


External Reviews for Clos la Coutale Malbec Blend Cahors

External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
11/15/2011

A Proprietary Blend wine from S W France in France. 2009 Clos la Coutale Cahors 750ml


External Review
Source: The Wine Buyer
10/20/2011

Astonishing elegance, red fruit with spicy overtones. A well-constructed wine. Clos La Coutale can be drunk young thanks to its good fruit, but has great aging potential, between 10-20 years.


External Review
Source: NapaCabs.com
08/31/2011

Enjoy the generosity of 80% Malbec combined with the finnesse and roundness of 20% Merlot. Philippe Bernede is proud to introduce to you the results of six generations of savoir faire, his passion for the wine, and his unique terroir in the southwest of France.


External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
08/29/2012

In style, Coutale doesn't make many concessions to Malbec tannins. What you get is an impressively structured, firmly tannic wine, packed also with black fruits. The solid structure and the weight of fruit demand aging for at least 5 years. - R.V. Wine Enthusiast. A Proprietary Blend wine from S W France in France. 2009 Clos la Coutale Cahors 750ml


Winemaker's Notes:

The blend is 70% Malbec (known locally as Cot), the traditional grape of the region, blended with 15% Merlot which gives finesse and bouquet, and 15% Tannat which gives it its aging potential. A well-contructed wine with astonishing elegance and red fruit with spicy overtones. This wine accompanies duck, red meat and tasty cheeses perfectly. Not yet reviewed; 2008 vintage rated 88 points by Fine Wine Review and Wine Spectator, which wrote: Offers a fruity aroma, with plenty of snap to the red plum, berry and licorice flavors. Well-balanced and focused, with a finish of dark chocolate. Drink now through 2014.

The blend is 70% Malbec (known locally as Cot), the traditional grape of the region, blended with 15% Merlot which gives finesse and bouquet, and 15% Tannat which gives it its aging potential. A well-contructed wine with astonishing elegance and red fruit with spicy overtones. This wine accompanies duck, red meat and tasty cheeses perfectly. Not yet reviewed; 2008 vintage rated 88 points by Fine Wine Review and Wine Spectator, which wrote: Offers a fruity aroma, with plenty of snap to the red plum, berry and licorice flavors. Well-balanced and focused, with a finish of dark chocolate. Drink now through 2014.

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