Despite the fact that Cahors are high in sugar, it can be served with hot dishes from wildfowl or meat stews. And yet his chocolate-coffee tones and notes of dried fruits will make an ideal duet with not very sweet desserts. Very impressive is the performance of this wine solo - as a digestive.
The wine of the desert, which is also often used as a sacramental wine, was produced from the Cabernet-Sauvignon grapes.
Cahors refers to a group of red dessert wines. They are characterized by dark tones, maturity, softness, subtle notes of cocoa and taste of chocolate.