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Cahors Le Sid Cosse Maisonneuve 2005
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Cahors Le Sid Cosse Maisonneuve 2005

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One Line Description Cahors Le Sid Cosse Maissoneuve, intense, rich, refined, biodynamic Malbec from Cahors
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country France French
Region Cahors, France
Producer Cosse Maisonneuve
Vintage 2005
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Full bodied
Grape Blend 100% Malbec
Alcohol 14.5%
Terroir Silices on iron ore
Total Sulphur Level Below 50mg/l
Maturation Grapes are destemmed. The fermentation is in thermos-regulated vats during 4 weeks, then, the wine stay 18 months in barrels.
Annual Production 5 - 10,000 bottles
Ageing Potential Drinking well now, but could go further!
Production Detail Biodynamic
Natural Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Vegan, Unfined, Unfiltered


Cahors Le Sid Cosse Maissoneuve, intense, rich, refined, biodynamic Malbec from Cahors. This is an excellent example of Malbec from its spiritual home of Cahors, grown on a particular spot of gravelly soil on the Cosse-Maissoneuve estate. The vines are grown according to biodynamic principles and undergo fermentation in cement, before a 17 month maturation in barrel, a mix of new, 1st and 2nd refill. This full bodied, intense wine has aromas of blackberry and cassis, violets and toastiness from the barrels. It's complex, dense and rich with supple tannins. If you love Cahors, they don't come much better than this.

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.

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