Clos Siguier

Cahors Malbec

8.625 ratings
8.63 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
Jeremiah Allen

Cahors makes for good Acadia campfire sipping.

Cahors makes for good Acadia campfire sipping.

Oct 3rd, 2018
Bonnie Chu

Wow, massively fruity for France. Blackcurrant is true! 13 ➡️ 10

Wow, massively fruity for France. Blackcurrant is true! 13 ➡️ 10

Apr 24th, 2019
Vanessa Pritchard

Soft and graceful with fresh ripe red fruits on the nose. Light and pleasant texture, structure and body. Savory gamy vibes and plenty of acid. Delightful.

Soft and graceful with fresh ripe red fruits on the nose. Light and pleasant texture, structure and body. Savory gamy vibes and plenty of acid. Delightful.

Apr 15th, 2019
Edward Allen

Not bad but not great. I would go for it again if I needed a red and nothing else looked appealing. Had at Local in Jackson, WY

Not bad but not great. I would go for it again if I needed a red and nothing else looked appealing. Had at Local in Jackson, WY

Mar 15th, 2019
Christine T

Did not like it. There's licorice flavor

Did not like it. There's licorice flavor

Dec 10th, 2018
Gladys Xiques

Easy to drink with or without food. Extremely dark fruit with texture

Easy to drink with or without food. Extremely dark fruit with texture

Dec 7th, 2018
Rachael Doob

Medium body. Aromatic with earthy notes a hint of funk and red and dark berry. Palate is fresh with bright acidity and medium tannins.

Medium body. Aromatic with earthy notes a hint of funk and red and dark berry. Palate is fresh with bright acidity and medium tannins.

Oct 4th, 2018
Andrew Schirmer

Pity Cahors. Sold in London as early as the 13th century, widely lauded and even copied by Crimean Russians in the 19th. Add to the mix phylloxera and a huuuge frost in 1956, undercut by Languedoc plonk...well what does it taste like? Sour plum/cherry, tannic undergirding. Fantastic with food, I'd take this over its Argentinian cousins any day.

Pity Cahors. Sold in London as early as the 13th century, widely lauded and even copied by Crimean Russians in the 19th. Add to the mix phylloxera and a huuuge frost in 1956, undercut by Languedoc plonk...well what does it taste like? Sour plum/cherry, tannic undergirding. Fantastic with food, I'd take this over its Argentinian cousins any day.

Nov 17th, 2017
David Dadekian

David had this 2 years ago

David had this 2 years ago

Sep 26th, 2018
Eric Urbani

Eric had this 3 years ago

Eric had this 3 years ago

Feb 5th, 2018