South West

South West
The wines from the South West of France are finally receiving much-deserved praise from international critics and customers for their efforts in creating some of France’s most original and unusual wines. With only few restrictions on the grape varieties that can be used, the variety of wines on offer is unparalleled. Top quality reds from Madiran, crisp refreshing whites from Gascony, and luscious sweet wines from Jurançon, the South West is the destination your glass should visit to experience a true taste of French flair and creativity.
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  1. Chateau de la Coustarelle Cahors, 2015

    From a medal-winning producer, a deep-coloured and solid meaty red from South-East of the Bordeaux region. Bright ruby in colour with aromas of red fruits. A tannic wine that is full in the mouth but not too aggressive. Will accompany meat dishes in sauce and Mediterranean foods very well.

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  2. Chateau de la Coustarelle Cahors 'Cuvee Prestige', 2015

    This Grand Cuvee Prestige sees a 20-day fermentation period, after which aging takes place in oak barrels, a fifth of which is new each year. The 3,000 case production is bottled unfiltered. This blend of 90% Malbec and 10% Tannat shows a deep purple color. Lots of vanilla on the nose buttresses substantial dark fruit. Medium to full-body. Plenty of ripe blackberry fruit on the palate, along with a hint of licorice. Fine tannin is extremely well-integrated on the finish.

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