Rating 89
Style Red
Variety
Vintage 2020
Appellation
ABV 14%
Price $40.00  Buy This Wine
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Reviewed 2022-08-09

Perfect For

All-Day Sipping, Chilled Red Cravings, Pleasing A Crowd

Drink If You Like

Dolcetto, Malbec , Merlot

Cedric Malbec 2020 Review

In Southwestern France, along the River Lot, is the wine region of Cahors in the Quercy district. Here is the original home of the Malbec grape, called "Cot." From this place the grape traveled far and wide, ending up in the high desert of Argentina. But it really never left. It is still in these vineyards and a revival is afoot, so keep an eye out. For now, let’s enjoy this Cot (Malbec) from Pascal Verhaeghe: a well-known winemaker in the area known for his sustainable practices. He is able to coax out a soft, easy, and balanced Malbec that can shine in a box. The wine is supple and earthy with a definite waft of blueberries and the subtle, citrusy aroma of lime. A very balanced and delicious wine to share.

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Cedric Malbec 2020
In Southwestern France, along the River Lot, is the wine region of Cahors in the Quercy district. Here is the original home of the Malbec grape, called "Cot." From this place the grape traveled far and wide, ending up in the high desert of Argentina. But it really never left. It is still in these vineyards and a revival is afoot, so keep an eye out. For now, let’s enjoy this Cot (Malbec) from Pascal Verhaeghe: a well-known winemaker in the area known for his sustainable practices. He is able to coax out a soft, easy, and balanced Malbec that can shine in a box. The wine is supple and earthy with a definite waft of blueberries and the subtle, citrusy aroma of lime. A very balanced and delicious wine to share.

Reviewed On: 08-09-2022
89
POINTS
Cedric Malbec 2020
In Southwestern France, along the River Lot, is the wine region of Cahors in the Quercy district. Here is the original home of the Malbec grape, called "Cot." From this place the grape traveled far and wide, ending up in the high desert of Argentina. But it really never left. It is still in these vineyards and a revival is afoot, so keep an eye out. For now, let’s enjoy this Cot (Malbec) from Pascal Verhaeghe: a well-known winemaker in the area known for his sustainable practices. He is able to coax out a soft, easy, and balanced Malbec that can shine in a box. The wine is supple and earthy with a definite waft of blueberries and the subtle, citrusy aroma of lime. A very balanced and delicious wine to share.

Reviewed On: 08-09-2022