Grape variety: Malbec
Impossible purple color. It smells like black cherry, but it's not as intense as the scent. The refreshing flavor of the stem and the aftertaste are short, refreshing, and not overbearing. It has a very good stickiness after uncorking, and you can feel it a little when you open it.
Maison founded in Cahors in 2008 by Jeremy Louise and Paul Parlanger. The owner believes, "I want people to recognize the potential of forgotten terroirs. In France, all appellations can produce Grand Vins." Jérémy and Paul have experience in the Loire, Bordeaux, Puligny-Montrachet and Azerbaijan (Georgia's southeastern neighbor). In 2011, we acquired our own field of 6 ha. Cultivated with biologics, mainly Malbec and Jurançon Noir. It goes beyond mere biologics and advocates “diversified farming with animal intervention”, and has acquired agrosales certification. Malbec has many precious old trees planted in 1975. All fields are within 1 km radius from the cellar. Fermented only with wild yeasts and aged in wooden barrels and concrete tanks. "Cahors, a land that I chose because I was fascinated by the nuances expressed by the Malbec variety that cannot be found anywhere else. I want to convey the greatness of that terroir."