Starving for an honest expression of Malbec (with a touch of Tannat)? I've neglected this Cahors from Giles Bley for a while, and while I wasn't looking it popped. Beautifully. It's gorgeous. It's a jungian dream, anima and animus, high-toned whistling in the clay.
Intense and filled with silty , raspberry dreams while it digs deep into the limestone and clay Malbec hungry soil.
Imported by Jenny & Francois, about $16.00. If you get the 09, if this is any indication, give it a year to lodge into the ether before you put it on the couch, or in a glass.