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2004 Cedre - Le Cedre Malbec - France - Southwest France - Garonne - Cahors - Red

France - Southwest France - Garonne - Cahors

Red Malbec
Drink Dates
Comm: 2011-2014 VF: 2007-2019
3 for sale

Author Owens Jack
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 93.75%
Tasted On 05/20/2012

very rich, big on fruit, a little new-world in style.

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Author Oriole
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Tasted On 10/07/2009
Drink Dates 2011-2014

Still young, this is not an 82-point wine, as others have found. It is not a fruit bomb, and needs time in the decanter or glass, but it will reward a patient drinker. The fundamentals, notably its structure, are all there, and the dark fruit emerges after an hour...or a day...or two days. This wine will only improve.

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Author John L144
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 95.588%
Tasted On 04/26/2009
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