Cosse Maisonneuve Absteme 2014

Wine Attributes 

 wine attributes

Tasting Notes



Cosse Maisonneuve Absteme 2014 is a French red wine produced in the South West. It is composed of 100% Gamay grapes and offers an intense and pleasant taste of red fruits and floral notes. This wine has inviting aromas and a light and delicate tannin structure. Its refreshing acidity balances the moderate alcohol content and ensures a balanced,harmonious finish. Enjoy it best slightly chilled at 16-18°C.

About the Producer

About the Producer


Domaine Cosse Maisonneuve is a prestigious estate located in the Cahors appellation of southwestern France. Situated in the heart of the Lot Valley, the estate is dedicated to crafting exceptional wines that showcase the unique character of the Malbec grape, also known locally as "Côt."

The estate is owned and managed by Matthieu Cosse and Catherine Maisonneuve, who are deeply committed to organic and biodynamic viticulture. They work in harmony with nature, respecting the land and its biodiversity. The vineyards are cultivated without the use of synthetic chemicals, allowing the grapes to fully express their terroir.

The terroir of Domaine Cosse Maisonneuve is characterized by its limestone and clay soils, which impart structure and minerality to the wines. The vineyards are situated on steep slopes, allowing for optimal sun exposure and drainage, resulting in grapes of exceptional quality.

In the cellar, Matthieu and Catherine employ traditional winemaking techniques to craft their wines. The grapes are carefully sorted and gently vinified to extract the fullest expression of flavors and aromas. The wines are aged in French oak barrels, adding complexity and depth to the final product.

The wines of Domaine Cosse Maisonneuve are renowned for their elegance, balance, and longevity. They exhibit rich dark fruit flavors, firm tannins, and a distinctive earthy undertone. Whether enjoyed in their youth or after aging, these wines captivate the senses and offer a true reflection of the Cahors terroir.