/What kind of wine variety is Cahors? I'm in Australia and I haven't come across it, wondering whether a decent Shiraz or Cabernet Sauvignon would...

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ChefJune July 31, 2014
Cahors is its own variety, a rustic red from Languedoc-Roussillon in France. You'll get a different-but-delicious result with Shiraz.
 
Transcendancing July 31, 2014
That's also really useful to know, finding it should be much easier knowing this. Much appreciation!
 
MrsWheelbarrow July 31, 2014
Cahors is a chewy, rough red – very peasant-y. A Shiraz sounds like a great alternative.
 
Transcendancing July 31, 2014
Many thanks, this is much appreciated!
 
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