Handmade jam : season fruits, chutney, jelly... and production of caramel. You can find them on the Montcuq market on Sunday.
The Clos Triguedina has been home to the Baldès family since 1830, a family which has always been one of the "pioneers" within the Cahors vineyards. The range of Clos Triguedina wines is distinguished by its innovative nature; each wine more audacious than the last, whether AOC Cahors wines or those bearing the appellation Pays du Comté Tolosan.
Created in 1983 by Monsieur et Madame SIREJOL, the Domaine de Cauquelle lies opposite the village of Flaugnac, on a hillside in the Quercy Blanc. In 2006, their daughter, Nadège, took over the estate. Then, in 2009, after gaining valuable experience in New Zealand, their son Emilien came back to his roots… Nowadays the vineyard comprises 26 hectares of vines, producing Red and Rosé AOC Coteaux du Quercy and various dry, medium and sweet Whites, IGP Côtes du Lot. It extends over the « serres », with their red, stony calcareous clay soils. Come and meet this family of winegrowers, their wines and this estate which overlooks a landscape typical of the Quercy Blanc…
Our wine is produced on a 12 hectare estate, from vines planted on the high ground of the Cahors appellation. The Clos Troteligotte is made up of one single soil type : Siderolithic Calcareous Clay. This is a red soil composed of clay and limestone but also, much rarer in the Cahors area, earth which is rich in iron. All these factors contribute to giving Clos Troteligotte its character and complexity. Over the years, we have made a selection of individual plots within the Clos and have created, according to the soils' different iron content, a range illustrating the variations that the Malbec grape can produce on this unique part of the Cahors appellation. - Six wines make up the range : K- nom, K- or, K- pot, K- lys, K and K². Production of ratafia, grape juice, white wine.
The Château des Cloutous vineyard is located on the plateau of the Causse of the communes of Saint Matré and Saux where the stone is widely present. The vines of Malbec aged 20 to 30 years occupy a clayey-limestone territory on more than 6 hectares, the Merlot which is between 10 and 20 years old is planted on a hectare and a half of plateau of the causse. Sale to the estate every day, visit and tasting by appointment.
Michèle, Bernard and their son Cyrille DELMOULY will be happy to welcome you to their domain and to introduce you to all the good qualities of their Cahors wine: elegance, smoothness, with notes of fruit. The Domaine de MAISON NEUVE is an old family property acquired in 1900 and where, from then until now, vines have been cultivated down through the generations. The domain possesses 14 hectares : 12 classified AOC Cahors and 2 as Vin de Pays. Lying between Quercy Blanc and the Lot valley, the vines are planted on south-facing slopes, enjoying the maximum level of sunlight all year round. We will give you a warm welcome.