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Francois Pelissie Croix du Mayne Cahors 2002

Malbec from France
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"Powerful, dense nose of dark plum, smoke and a hint of blackstrap, with flavors to match. This is a robust, deeply colored and intense, tarry red that is made in a no-holds-barred style. Finish is filled with Bourbon and spice. Best from 2006 through 2010."
-Wine Spectator Smart Buy

The Ch. Croix du Mayne is a vineyard of 20 hectares situated on a gravelly soil on a second terrace of the Lot Valley, exposed south, south west.

Fruity wine with spicy tannins and elegant woody notes.

Grape varieties: Malbec: 85%, Merlot: 15%.

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The CHATEAU CROIX DU MAYNE is a vineyard of 20 hectares situated on a gravelly soil on a second terrace of the Lot Valley, exposed south, south west. Primarily Malbec.
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