Cahors, Clos De Gamot, Jean Jouffreau, 2014

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Cahors, Clos De Gamot, Jean Jouffreau, 2014

17.49

Good Cahors should be inky, rather than black, with a dash of medicinal iodine and jam packed with deep, late summer fruit. Expect touches of fig and liquorice, a lash of spice and tar, and a smattering of herby pepperiness. It’s subtle rather than powerful, classy and understated with a touch of astringency and a lingering acidity to cope with the confit and cassoulet!

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