Clos Triguedina 2014 AOC Cahors


Clos Triguedina is a wonderful family estate created in 1830 by Etienne Baldes. 7th generations of the family have developed the vineyard until now, to make it one of the best independent Domaine of the Cahos Appellation. This cuvée is the flagship wine of the estate made of 85% Malbec, with the addition of the other two allowed grapes, Tannat and Merlot. “The Occitan origin of this estate’s name, me trigo da dina, means “longing to dine,” and this richly endowed wine satisfies its remit. It has plenty of young tannins, which are sustained by ripe, juicy black fruit and ample acidity. Blending the three Cahors red grapes—Malbec, Merlot and Tannat—has made a wine with a fine future.”  91pts Wine Enthusiast.

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Producer
Vintage
Appellation
Region
Type
Grape
Clos Triguedina
2014
AOC Cahors
South-West
Dry red wine
80% Malbec
15% Merlot
5% Tannat
 
Drink
Open
Serve
Food
From now to 2022
2 hours before
16-18°C
Charcuterie
Grilled red meat
Duck confit
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 OakOak Scale Red Wine 
Soil
Vineyard
Farming
Vines
Harvest
Alcohol
Ageing
Clay-limestone and gravel
65 hectares
Sustainable practices
Over 30 years old
Manual
13.5%
12 months in French Oak barrels
 FruitFruit Scale Red Wine

 

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Clos Triguedina 2014 AOC Cahors

Clos Triguedina 2014 AOC Cahors

Clos Triguedina is a wonderful family estate created in 1830 by Etienne Baldes. 7th generations of the family have developed the vineyard until now, to make it one of the best independent Domaine of the Cahos Appellation. This cuvée is the flagship wine of the estate made of 85% Malbec, with the addition of the other two allowed grapes, Tannat and Merlot. “The Occitan origin of this estate’s name, me trigo da dina, means “longing to dine,” and this richly endowed wine satisfies its remit. It has plenty of young tannins, which are sustained by ripe, juicy black fruit and ample acidity. Blending the three Cahors red grapes—Malbec, Merlot and Tannat—has made a wine with a fine future.”  91pts Wine Enthusiast.

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