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Touraine Côt-Malbec, Domaine Guénault 2022

Red Wine from France - Loire
3.200000000 star rating 5 Reviews
The maiden vintage released under the Bougrier family's own Domaine Guénault label, a pair to the sauvignon blanc we have followed over many years. Great depth of blue-hue, floral perfume and smooth, supple palate.
Price: £10.50 Bottle
Price: £63.00 Case of 6
In Stock
Code: LO18621

Wine characteristics

  • Red Wine
  • Medium-bodied
  • Malbec/Cot
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2026
  • 13% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Cork, plastic

Bougrier

Maison Bougrier is a successful family-owned négociant company in the Loire founded in 1885 now run by the fifth generation of Bougriers. The company has significant domaine and winery holdings in three major areas: Touraine, Anjou and Muscadet giving it full control over vineyards, grapes and production in a number of sites.

The Touraine area produces whites from both chenin blanc and sauvignon blanc grape varieties. Bougrier’s premium white from Touraine is made from 100% sauvignon blanc grapes and was originally labelled for us as The Society’s Touraine Sauvignon, now sold under the Les Hauts Lieux label.

Domaine Guénault is one of the family’s own properties and situated on steep slopes overlooking the Cher river, which gives the grapes excellent sun exposure. The sauvignon here is grassy and scented and a popular choice as an aperitif.

Olive Magazine

Although Cahors is malbec's spiritual home in France, the Loire valley also grows it very well, particularly in the Touraine region, better known for its zingy sauvignon blancs. This modern, unoaked...
Although Cahors is malbec's spiritual home in France, the Loire valley also grows it very well, particularly in the Touraine region, better known for its zingy sauvignon blancs. This modern, unoaked malbec is prettily fragrant and juicy with soft pure fruit and a lovely silky texture
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Kate Hawkings

The Daily Telegraph

In the Loire, malbec is known as cot and makes reds in this fashionably fresh, lighter style, all blueberries and billberries.

Victoria Moore

JancisRobinson.com

Deep purple. Pure and round and soft and seductive. SO juicy! Drink me and drink now. GV

Jancis Robinson MW

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