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Cindy Rynning Oct 19
I sampled 3, but Château de Gaudou Le Sang de ma Terre 2018,100% Malbec, reflects the winegrower's motto: "free to learn free from the land, free to create, free to be oneself." Fabrice Dorou, 7th generation member has been working the vineyard 4 almost 20 yrs.
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Somm's Table Oct 19
A6 . I have to say the food in the region is AMAZING for those who might have the chance to go. Here was one of my favorite pairings from the trip: Rabbit in a chocolate sauce with butternut squash puree.
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cookingchat Oct 19
A4) we sampled 4 Cahors Malbecs. This 2008 Sanguis Christi Malbec was a nice surprise! Don’t think I’ve had a Malbec with much age before. Fruit still showing nicely, tannins softened.
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Side Hustle Wino, LLC Oct 19
Q6. I paired a Cassoulet with one, and short ribs with another - both delicious! But, I just did truffle cheese and truffle popcorn with another and that might’ve been my favorite!
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Jeff Burrows Oct 19
a7 My pairings turned out great, grilled red meat is a natural, but easy. I want to try some of Martin's vegetarian pairings!
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Jill Barth Oct 19
Le Sang de ma Terre 2018: Fabrice Durou is the 7th generation to tend to the Gaudou vineyards in Cahors, with vines aged an average for 45 years. The property holds HVE status (high environmental value) + covert to AB, Agriculture Biologique.
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Rupal Shankar Oct 19
A4 I had an amazing selection from Loved them all especially the Sangus Christi cause it has some nice age on it.
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Aymard Benoit Oct 19
What do you think about new style of Cahors Wine?
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Wendy Klik Oct 19
Then I paired a from @ ChateauLemartine with a Pot Roast dinner.
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PRV Oct 19
veteran here, with fond memories of last years exploration of Cahors!
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Somm's Table Oct 19
A4. I've been lucky to try quite a few, but my next post will be showcasing one of my favorites from my visit with a spread of goodies I brought back from the region and cheeses.
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Jeff Burrows Oct 19
a5 With few exceptions, I prefer Malbec from Cahors over Argentina. Cahors wines offer more earth and less obvious oak. Of course, this is a generalization, but my preference goes to France.
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Culinary Cam Oct 19
A4 I actually received three wine samples from for the event. I poured the Château du Cèdre Extra Libre 2018 Malbec for this post and paired it with Cider-Braised Chicken Thighs. Link here - > Château du Cèdre Extra Libre 2018 Malbec
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Linda Whipple, CSW Oct 19
A4 I sampled three wines. My favorite was the 2016 Château Vincens Origine Cahors AOC, 95% Malbec, 5% Merlot. A little lighter than the other two, though all three were good.
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cookingchat Oct 19
I really enjoyed the ⁦⁩ Extra Libre! Violet and jasmine on nose. Raspberry fruit. Had with steak chimichurri.
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Gwendolyn Alley, MA Oct 19
A6. We paired food from France w our wine! We had charcuterie from L'Epicerie Au Bon Manger, red biodynamic grapes from and made us an AMAZING cheese dish that we dipped potatoes in! So good I used my teeth to get cheese off wrapper!
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Somm's Table Oct 19
A2. I'm happy to consider myself a veteran of Cahors. I had the pleasure to visit on a last fall and tasted quite a range and came out an even bigger fan than I was already!
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Wendy Klik Oct 19
Ok, folks....I need to check out now and get ready for my niece's 21st Birthday party. I don't know how she got to be 21 and I am only 10 years older than when she was born LOL
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Jeff Burrows Oct 19
A2 I'm not a Cahors newbie, here's my 2018 post
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deanna Oct 19
Replying to @sommstable
I sampled 4 . They reminded me of French Cat Woman.
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