GC Cahors 2014 (95 points)
With its dense tannins, rich black fruit flavours, acidity and restrained power, it is a major force. Even with all its weight, it’s stylish, complex and ageworthy wine.
Le Cèdre Cahors 2014 (94 points)
Bursting with juicy ripe berry fruit and with firm background tannins. Its great fruitiness is contrasted with the strength of those tannins and with its concentration.
Château du Cèdre 2014 (93 points)
Spicy black-currant aromas on the nose and intense juicy black fruit on the dense palate. The rich, generous layers of fruit perfectly balance the tannins that build up to a harmonious whole.
#57 at Top 100 Wine Enthusiast 2017