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Wine: Château Coutet Saint-Magne
Alcoholic strength: 14% vol.
Classification: Bordeaux (France)
Grapes: 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc.
Serving temperature: 16°-18°C.
Limpid, intense ruby red, consistent.
The nose opens with hints reminiscent of a potpourri of red flowers, followed by notes of dark berry fruits such as black currant and blackberry, nuances of black cherry in alcohol. Closing with hints of spices reminiscent of freshly ground pepper and scents of Mediterranean scrub.
The sip is pleasantly fresh, with a good, well-polished tannic texture. The aftertaste, quite persistent, recalls a ripe fruit accompanied by a balsamic texture.
Tried in combination with a jugged rabbit.
An organic wine, to be appreciated both by tasting it in combination with food and as a conversation wine with friends. A youthful wine, for me informal, easy to drink, appreciated even by a more demanding public.
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