“Queue De Pressoir” highlights the obscure ségalin grape, a nearly-forgotten variety indigenous to Cahors, known for its tannic, rustic character. Here it is vinified in an almost rosé-like fashion; harvested early from 50-year-old vines and lightly extracted, thus allowing the more delicate elements of the grape to come through on a medium-bodied (rather than robust) frame. Combined with 30% “end of press” malbec from Benoit’s ‘Polissons’ rosé, the result is a surprisingly easy drinking, off-the-beaten-path quaff. Bright bursts of ripe red berries (strawberry/raspberry), medium bodied though almost light with low tannin. A true “glou glou” wine - it’s hard not to gulp down. Certified organic, low-intervention/natural wine, vegan.