Red and rosé wines producer in AOC Coteaux du Quercy.
'The Château-tower of Miraval : the desire to share my world and my passion.' Deeply attached to her land, Evelyne, who is passionate about wine, occupies her family house built in the typical local Quercy Blanc style. The vineyard covers 4 hectares and produces about 8000 bottles of wine per year. She will introduce you to her production of AOC Cahors in the château itself, with its long history dating back to the 16th century. Come and find out about the traditional Malbec/Merlot wine; the prestige 100% Malbec Perle Noire; and the exceptional 100% Malbec aged in oak.
Fontenelles farm is deep in the Quercy Blanc. The tradition of stock raising has been maintained for many generations at Les Fontenelles. Gilles and Vincent have taken over the family farm and since 1999 have been developing meat sales direct from farm to consumer : beef, veal and pork produced with official recognition of quality : Blason Prestige Limousin Beef and Grain-fed Pork from the South-West.
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.
This estate has been progressively built up over the past twenty years on land which used to be planted with vines last century. Its name is linked to the "Pech" (hill) over which most of the vineyard extends. On the site of a former parish which no longer exists, its church dedicated to St. Julien was sold as "national property" at the time of the Revolution. On the estate's 7 hectares, the Cabernet, Cot, Merlot, Gamay and Tannat varieties are grown in soil typical of the area: ochre-red calcareous clays which are shallow and very stony, providing ideal conditions for the production of high-quality wine. All the stages and procedures necessary for making our wines take place on the estate (wine-making, bottling, packaging....)
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.