Jean-Luc Baldes Cahors Probus 2012

75cl

Named after a 3rd century roman emperor, Probus allowed winegrowers to plant vineyards once more in the area of Quercy. Named as a tribute, Jean Baldès created the first 100% Malbec in 1976. A very fine expression of Cahors wine and a reference for the Malbec grape. Rich, dense yet elegant, Probus is a landmark in the region.

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Jean-Luc Baldes Cahors Probus 2012

Named after a 3rd century roman emperor, Probus allowed winegrowers to plant vineyards once more in the area of Quercy. Named as a tribute, Jean Baldès created the first 100% Malbec in 1976. A very fine expression of Cahors wine and a reference for the Malbec grape. Rich, dense yet elegant, Probus is a landmark in the region.

Tasting Notes from Celtic Whiskey Shop and Wines on the Green
Nose Intense and lively nose with flavours of cassis, plum and subtle oaky aroma.
Palate Concentrated but very suave palate with splendid fruit and spice flavours.
Finish Complex structure with opulent and velvety tannins. Powerful finish.
Fact Sheet
Fluid 75cl
Grape Variety 100% Malbec
Country France
Region/AOC Cahors
Vintage 2012
Producer Jean-Luc Baldes

Tags: Jean-Luc Baldes, Cahors, Probus, 2012