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Château du Cèdre - Le Cèdre 2015
A noble, mature bouquet characterizes the nose. Racy tannins combine with a slightly prominent acidity. The long finish of this wine fated to long cellaring, proclaims a true minerality.

Château du Cèdre - GC 2015
A touch of menthol gives freshness to this powerful and concentrated wine, still a little bit tagged by oak. Very beautiful finish, drawn by sour cherries.

Château du Cèdre - Extra Libre 2016
Leather, liquorice and blackberries show up with much intensity. The powerful fruitiness of this cuvee surprises, even enhanced by hints of gaz. Tannins of great precision and an excellent acidity reinforce the noble character of the wine.

Revue du Vin de France July/August 2018

 
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