Château Quattre

Cahors Malbec

8.615 ratings
8.41 pro ratings
Cahors, Southwest France, France
Malbec
Tomato-Based, Beef, Potato, Venison, White Rice, Pork, Chili & Hot Spicy, Pungent Cheese, Salami & Prosciutto, Mushrooms, Pasta, Hard Cheese, Lamb, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Steve Gerths

2016 vintage. Dark purple, licorice/vanilla notes

2016 vintage. Dark purple, licorice/vanilla notes

Dec 27th, 2018
Konstantin

Vintage 2012

Vintage 2012

Feb 13th, 2017
Vladimir Miroshnikov

Ежевика, сладкая малина, в развитии лак для дерева, спиртуозно, даже ацетоново. Вкус мягкий, танины очень вялые. Тутовник, черноплодка в послевкусии.
Не сказать, чтобы плохо, но как-то незачем. 14.5/20, 84/100

Ежевика, сладкая малина, в развитии лак для дерева, спиртуозно, даже ацетоново. Вкус мягкий, танины очень вялые. Тутовник, черноплодка в послевкусии.
Не сказать, чтобы плохо, но как-то незачем. 14.5/20, 84/100

May 4th, 2016
greg

Southwest France, the ancestral home of Malbec. 2009 vintage has allowed time for the tannins to relax and allow the dark berry fruit flavours to shine through. Fresh acidity on the palate with noticeable hints of cherry, vanilla and peppery notes. A wine with some depth, elegance, and long finish. €12.99 Lidl, bargain!

Southwest France, the ancestral home of Malbec. 2009 vintage has allowed time for the tannins to relax and allow the dark berry fruit flavours to shine through. Fresh acidity on the palate with noticeable hints of cherry, vanilla and peppery notes. A wine with some depth, elegance, and long finish. €12.99 Lidl, bargain!

Mar 4th, 2016
Dezel Quillen

Château Quattre 2016 Cahors: This Cahors is made up of 90% Malbec with equal parts Merlot and Tannat. Visually, it lives up to its “black wine” moniker, pouring a deep purple color. There are generous amounts of dark fruits, with upfront flavors of sun-kissed, ripe blackberries and plum liqueur interwoven with floral and cedary spice notes. Supple tannins and firm acids counterbalance a rich texture for a medium-bodied mouth-feel that stays light on its feet. This is a solid everyday red for the dinner table that won’t break the bank at just under $20. #Cahors #Malbec #wine #winelover #SWFrance #wineblogger #winewriter #myvinespot

Château Quattre 2016 Cahors: This Cahors is made up of 90% Malbec with equal parts Merlot and Tannat. Visually, it lives up to its “black wine” moniker, pouring a deep purple color. There are generous amounts of dark fruits, with upfront flavors of sun-kissed, ripe blackberries and plum liqueur interwoven with floral and cedary spice notes. Supple tannins and firm acids counterbalance a rich texture for a medium-bodied mouth-feel that stays light on its feet. This is a solid everyday red for the dinner table that won’t break the bank at just under $20. #Cahors #Malbec #wine #winelover #SWFrance #wineblogger #winewriter #myvinespot

Jul 24th, 2018
Konstantin Eroshenkov

Konstantin had this 5 years ago

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May 5th, 2016
Stacey Ruffolo

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Mar 5th, 2021
Tim
8.8

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Jan 1st, 2021
Jack Zasadzinski

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Oct 22nd, 2020
Luis G. Brignoni

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Apr 19th, 2020