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Ensedune Malbec

Malbec / Cahors, France


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Category
Malbec
Region
Cahors, France
Body
Full
Sweet-Dry Scale
Dry
Style
Big & Bold

Product description

The young vines that produce this wine are grafted from Argentinian Malbec, which of course comes originally from Cahors in France. The wine maker is Argentinian, and he searched all over the Languedoc for a place that would produce the characteristically bright and intense Malbec of his home country. He found this possibility in partnership with winegrowers from the Coteaux d’Enserune, who follow a 1,000 year old viticultural tradition marked by a historically un-French willingness develop varieties from other horizons. The unique soils on the Montandy plateau outside Béziers are red, chalky and acidic with traces of iron – very similar to the best Malbec vineyards in Argentina. The wine is named for the Oppidum d’Enserune, an ancient ruin which sits high on a ridge and dominates the landscape surrounding the vineyards. Tasting notes of intense black cherry and licorice aromas with hints of flowers and spice. Dry, medium bodied and smooth with plump fruit and hints of spice, moderate tannins and refreshing acidity. Very versatile, excellent with cured meats and cheeses.

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