Clos La Coutale Cahors 2009


Boysenberry, dark cherry and pomegranate with earthy cedar, forest floor, camphor and black tea. Full bodied and a little rustic; soft yet tart, showing tight tannins and a focused finish. An enjoyable experience — it’s more campsite than inn. 80% Malbec, 20% Merlot. A good wine and a good value. (Reviewed 3/27/12)

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