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2017 Malmont Côtes du Rhône-Villages Seguret (Previously $25)

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Domaine de Cabasse was a highly regarded producer making wines from the Rhône villages of Sablet, Gigondas and Seguret. The family decided to sell their property in 2012 but there was one lone family member who didn't want to see it go. Scraping together enough money, Nicolas Haeni was able to buy just the Seguret vineyard and make that the focus of his new project, "Malmont." This remarkable site is very difficult to farm and the vineyard itself is named Malmont meaning "bad mountain." When it was developed as a site under Cabasse's ownership, they used a very special Spanish method for terracing the vineyard, a practice more common in Priorat. These 4 hectares are planted to a mix of Grenache and Syrah and a small amount of Roussanne. Under his own label, Nicolas' first vintage was 2013 and we are extremely pleased to exclusively have his wines in California.

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By: John Majeski | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/13/2020 | Send Email
One of our direct import gems, this is an evocation of rich, dark fruits and black olive notes, expressive of the poise and power of Grenache and Syrah grown on steeply terraced vineyards in Séguret.

By: Will Blakely | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/16/2020 | Send Email
The 2017 Malmont offering from this underrated village is quite possibly their best version yet. A dry growing season led to low yields and tough conditions, but the resilient grapes that survived through ripening resulted in exquisite flavors and sublime structure. The ripe Grenache and Syrah truly shine here, with bright strawberry and lush blackberry, balanced beautifully by mocha and garrigue. I'd wager this gives Beaucastel's Côtes-du-Rhône a run for its money.

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