Matthieu Cosse and Catherine Maisonneuve have fifteen hectares of vineyard near Cahors, which they farm biodynamically. The grape for Cahors is Malbec (known here as Cot) and it traditionally gives a very deeply coloured, long-lived and powerful red. Matthieu and Catherine's wines have all those qualities, but also a distinctive elegance thanks to lovely fresh acidity which cuts through the richness. This is a delicious wine made for the table.
Approximately 30 year old vines. Fermented in steel, aged in old oak for 12 months.
|Wine||Le Combal Cahors|
|Producer||Cosse et Maisonneuve|
|Region||South West France|
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