Loyal followers probably remember my Cahors Malbec incomprehension post last year. You most likely also remember me slightly apologizing when I was poured the single vineyard Malbec’s of Catena; Adrianna and Nicasia. Aah, what great wines which called for a revision of my Malbec status.
I don’t know if it’s the high altitude, the ungrafted vines or simply just a matter of personal preferences? When I long for a top class Malbec it’s Argentina who delivers. Cahors in all its glory and long history seldomly appeal to my taste buds. And also; if there’s any wine to taste right [...]
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