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2019 Cahors, Chateau du Cedre

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The Verhaeghe family have been making wine in the Lot since the 1950s. Today it is Pascal and Jean-Marc in charge of this domaine, which is certified organic. Ripe and juicy fruits, spices and herbs accompanied by precise tannins, refreshing acidity and a little sweetness.


Grape Varieties: Malbec 95%, Merlot 5% & Tannat 5%

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