Clos La Coutale Cahors Malbec Merlot 1999

Ratings on Delectable

Jameson Fink Delectable Pro

Host Wine Without Worry podcast

Have had this wine numerous times but trying it at 18 was a #realwow. Still fresh; not fading. #Cahors

Have had this wine numerous times but trying it at 18 was a #realwow. Still fresh; not fading. #Cahors

9.2

Dan Fredman Delectable Pro

Chef Sommelier World of Pinot Noir

Funny and meaty underneath some dark fruit flavors. Fully evolved, fun but maybe not compelling.

Funny and meaty underneath some dark fruit flavors. Fully evolved, fun but maybe not compelling.

9.0

Jason Adams

Drinking very young and well above its pay grade

Drinking very young and well above its pay grade

9.1

Jon Fine

A 17 y o cahors that cost like twenty two bucks? hell yes.

A 17 y o cahors that cost like twenty two bucks? hell yes.

8.9

Mike Levin

Unfortunately past its prime. OK on night one with some decant but gone past that to a land of unbalanced acid.

Unfortunately past its prime. OK on night one with some decant but gone past that to a land of unbalanced acid.

8.4

Joseph Gannon

Ripe blackberry, herbs, hints of leather, very smooth and medium-light with ripe red and black fruits. First experience with any aged Malbec, let alone Cahors. Worth cellaring a few given great qpr.

Ripe blackberry, herbs, hints of leather, very smooth and medium-light with ripe red and black fruits. First experience with any aged Malbec, let alone Cahors. Worth cellaring a few given great qpr.

9.1

David Lincoln

Oxidised, but will retaste soon.

Oxidised, but will retaste soon.

8.3

Richard Lewis

Black raspberry and tarragon, still has quite a bit of aging potential ahead of it.

Black raspberry and tarragon, still has quite a bit of aging potential ahead of it.

9.3

Anthony Thompson

Epic old world greatness

Epic old world greatness

9.4

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    New York, NY 10007

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