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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Dense, dark fruits and dark-chocolate flavors give a rich, concentrated wine. The Malbec shows its tannic, powerful side, demanding aging. (RV)" (07/2022) K&L Notes: Vigneron Hervé Joyaux Fabre began his career as a Bordeaux merchant but the wines of Argentina began to gain his attention. Falling in love with the category, he purchased his winery in Mendoza and created in Fabre Montmayou in 1992. Gaining much success there it was not until 2015 when Fabre turned his sight back to the birthplace of Malbec, Cahors. Impressed...
Price: $13.99

This blend of 50% Malbec and 50% Merlot goes through carbonic maceration and is all fermented and aged in concrete tanks. A lighter more fruit forward red emerges that is suitable for chilling and enjoying with all kinds of warm weather foods. *Biodynamic*
Price: $17.99

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The vineyards of Cahors date back to the Roman occupation, making them among some of the oldest in France. Nicknamed the "black wine" because of its beautiful opaque color, wines from Cahors were historically used to darken the color of Bordeaux claret. Historically, popes and Russian tsars have imbibed this palate-staining wine, which was also the preferred red wine of author Ernest Hemingway. Château la Coustarelle is owned by Michel and Nadine Cassot and located in the village of Prayssac, next to the renowned Clos de Gamot.
Price: $13.99

This 100% Malbec was sourced from 35-year-old vines, harvested by hand, and created, according to the winery, "using an unprecedented technique: it is aged in a limestone vat, allowing the grapes to reflect the story of their birthplace. In order to create this vat, the Croisilles hired a local artisan to carve the vat from a limestone rock. The grapes are sourced from a parcel of land with Siderolithic limestone soil whose altitude is 300 meters (approximately 984 feet). The resulting wine is bursting with freshness, mineral notes and energy.
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