Château La Reyne L’Excellence 2010, Cahors | Britt’s Wine of the Month

Chateau la Reyne L'Excellence, Cahors

Chateau la Reyne L’Excellence, Cahors

Cahors is in the wine region called South-West in France. A region well known for its duck and foie gras among other things. Château La Reyne l’Excellence is a powerful wine with a warm feeling and a good structure, soft tannins and a pleasant freshness. It is a wine you can keep in your cellar for another 10 years if you like but you can also enjoy it right away at the dinner table, for example with a grilled duck breast.

The grape used is malbec. Black fruit dominates the nose but you will also find some chocolate and a discreet oak flavour. Everything is in perfect balance. Château La Reyne is a family owned vineyard with 30 hectares of vines.

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