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2015 Les Roques de Cana Cahors Malbec

2015 Les Roques de Cana Cahors Malbec
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 13%

 Type

Red

 Blend

100% Malbec

 Nose

As you pour a glass of this deep and inky elixir, the aromas of blackberries, dark cherries, and a subtle touch of violets dance upon your senses. A whisper of freshly cracked black pepper adds intrigue, reminiscent of the spice markets that once adorned

 Palate

On the palate, the wine envelops your taste buds with a velvety texture, reflecting the gentle touch of time spent aging in oak barrels. The flavors of plums and blueberries are intertwined with earthy notes, a reflection of the limestone-rich soils that

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More about this wine from France
The Malbec grape, known as "Côt" in this corner of France, has flourished in Cahors for centuries, creating a wine that boasts a sense of place like no other. The vineyards, nestled along the meandering Lot River, endure the whims of Mother Nature, thriving under the watchful gaze of ancient châteaux that guard the secrets of generations past.

The 2015 Les Roques de Cana Cahors Malbec carries the spirit of Cahors, a region that has persevered through the ages. The wine's robust tannins, like the solid stones of ancient fortifications, provide structure and promise of longevity, inviting you to savor its evolution over time.

On the palate, the wine envelops your taste buds with a velvety texture, reflecting the gentle touch of time spent aging in oak barrels. The flavors of plums and blueberries are intertwined with earthy notes, a reflection of the limestone-rich soils that nurture the vines.
How to drink it

Pro Tip:

Pair this captivating vintage with hearty dishes that echo the soul of the region, such as cassoulet or confit de canard. The wine's richness will complement the robust flavors, culminating in an experience that pays homage to the cultural heritage of Cah

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