Delecheneau (Coralie et Damien)

Ad Libitum Cabernet Franc Blend

No denying the Brett here but it delivers as promised. Complex, alluring mineral driven dark fruit with a super mouthfeel... such an enjoyable texture; light, low tannin but never meek. Bravo! — 13 days ago

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Marie Thibault-Cabrit

Les Grandes Vignes Touraine Côt Gamay 2016

Saman Hosseini

Gamay + Malbec (cot).
Drinks like saint-Joseph lite.
— 2 months ago

Daniel P. liked this

Les Vins Contés (Olivier Lemasson)

R17 Gamay Blend

R17 slaps. R 18 was no different. 17 was pretty funk. 18 a bit more tamed — 3 months ago

Amr liked this

Viña Perez Cruz

Limited Edition Valle del Maipo Andes Cot 2016

A Perez Cruz is always a great choice! — 5 months ago

Les Vins Contés (Olivier Lemasson)

R Red Blend 2018

Dusty red plum, tart cranberry-raspberry grolleau & côt blend from the Loire. Soft tannins, a little chewy, and a light-bodied easy drinker. Found a few bottles at the BCL and scooped them all up after listening to an episode of Natural Disasters where Marissa Ross raved about this vintage. I heard this one has the tendency to turn a little mousey after a while, but I haven’t experienced that. I even left half a bottle in the fridge for a few days and it was still drinkable 🙌🏼. — 12 days ago


Vin de Table KO Touraine

After Kabuki trip. — 3 months ago

Ichiro and Soshi liked this

Clos du Tue-Boeuf

La Guerrerie Touraine Côt Gamay

This is Cot(Malbec) and Gamay and not Cabernet Sauvignon. — 3 months ago

Amr, Saman and 2 others liked this

Les Pierres Ecrites

Les Pierres en Bulles Brut Montlouis Sur Loire Gamay Blend Rosé

John Osborne

Méthode Traditionelle, 60 Gamay/30 Grolleau Gris/10 Côt, pale salmon, strawberry, white raspberry, white peach, bright and very fresh, tangy and clean, straightforward and simply enjoyable — 24 days ago

Alex and Amr liked this

Les Vins Contés (Olivier Lemasson)

Cheville de Fer Côt 2018

Jammier than I remember — a month ago

sarkis liked this

Savage Grace

Boushey Vineyard Côt 2017

Dineen Vineyard, Rattlesnake Hills. This is a lighter style of Malbec fermented with native yeast, whole clusters. 11.2% alc/vol. Purple, moderately extracted pigment, very good clarity. Butter, tobacco and red fruit aromas initially. Raspberry and black currant flavors with length and a bit of cherry, moderate seed bitterness and skin astringency. Needs time to open. Acidity is light, almost rounded mouthfeel, fruit with length, but you need to give those tannins about 30 minutes minimum to dampen down. The carbonic maceration character comes out after 45 minutes, creating a mild Kool-Aid effect on some of the fruit flavors. (The effect is much nicer and more natural, of course, than those artificial flavors in Kool-Aid). A nice red for any occasion except a steak, in which case go for a full power Malbec. — 3 months ago

Hermes, P and 3 others liked this