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Cahors La Fage Cosse Maisonneuve 2015

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One Line Description Cahors La Fage Cosse Maisonneuve, biodynamic wine, 100% Malbec, rich, elegant, stunning dark wine.
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country France French
Region Cahors, France
Producer Cosse Maisonneuve
Vintage 2015
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Full bodied
Grape Blend 100% Malbec
Alcohol 13.5% abv
Maturation 14 months in old French barrels
Annual Production 5 - 10,000 bottles
Ageing Potential Decades
Production Detail Biodynamic
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Cahors La Fage Cosse Maisonneuve, biodynamic wine, 100% Malbec, rich, elegant, stunning dark wine. La Fage is Malbec par exellence! 40 year old vines, low yields and Bio production on clay and stony sloped vineyards above the Lot River, this is the perfect combination for delicious inky black red from the south west of France. La Fage is more concentrated than Le Combal and smoother with finer, more seductive tannins and a classy sheen to this often humble country wine. For Autumnal drinkng, it is a real find, well worth its price tag and showing just how superb and multi-dimensional Malbec can be!


Created in 1999, the Domaine Cosse Maisonneuve is the result of the association of two talented oenologists and winemakers: Matthieu Cosse and Catherine Maisonneuve. Both took over a 5 hectares estate in Prayssac near Cahors which was planted with old vines of Malbec (also known under the name of "cot") and started making wines, well determined to produce genuine wines. They work biodynamically and the wines have a genuine sense of place and style that is lost in so many of the wines from the region. Malbec can produce big tannic wines but it also has some subtlety as well. The natural production means the wines are fresh and firm as well being full of dark fruit and spicy scents.

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