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Cahors is an appellation in the southwest of France. The main grape variety used is Malbec, with up to 30 percent of Merlot and Tannat permitted. The region has a long history; it was once known as the “black wine” of Lot because of its inky color. After a period of decline,there has been a resurgence of interest in Cahors due to Malbec’s popularity in Argentina. Because they are comparatively unknown and often very good, these wines represent great value. Some are capable of very long aging.
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Varietals Produced in Cahors View all

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Mission

    The Mission or Pais grape was the first Vitis vinifera vine planted in North America. From 1697 until well into the 1...

  • Auxerrois

    Auxerrois' tendency towards low acidity makes it suitable to cooler climates, such as England, Ontario's Niagara Peni...

  • Esprit

  • Tannat

    History of the grape: Tannat has been growing in southwest France for many centuries. The grape has the distinction o...

  • Malbec

    History of the grape: Some believe Malbec is named after a Hungarian peasant who spread plantings along the French co...

Popular Wineries in Cahors View all

  • Domaine du Garinet

    We are a small winery making quality red Cahors wine from 100% malbec, rosé malbec, and chardonna...

  • Château de Gaudou

    Cahors a noble and strong name, Cahors a city, a vineyard, and more importantly a Wine. These thr...

  • Domaine Lagrezette

    The 55 meters long and 19 meters deep underground cellars of the Domaine de Lagrezette were devis...

  • Château la Caminade

    It was in about 1895 that Antonin Ressès inheriled the Domaine du Château la Caminade. This place...

  • Clos La Coutale

    The Clos La Coutale, a 60 hectares estate spreads over a stretch of land on the alluvial floor of...

  • Château de Haute-Serre

    From an old Lot line, working for over a century in the wine business the Vigouroux family has ga...

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  • Wines tasted for this report:2006 Budini Malbec 85pts2007 Finca Flichman Malbec ... ... France, or on its own in Cahors, Malbec was a challenging grape for these regions. The proclivity to rot and frost left this lowly grape caught between the late springs and damp falls of Maritime France. It is a grape that loves to languish on the vines deep... Read More

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  • Château la Coustarelle Cahors Grande Cuvée Prestige 2004


    Very smooth and dark, with a fair amount of tannins, but well balanced. Medium body, not much on the nose. The blend is 90% Malbec and 10% Tannat. The color is deep. Read More

    Wine review by Jack Lynch

  • Georges Vigouroux Cahors Gouleyant 2006


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    Wine review by wkmont

  • Clos Triguedina Cahors 2000


    This wine is like a favourite weeks holiday in the south of France a few years ago, but distilled in a bottle, totally off the beaten track, cheap, and "just perfect", not through arduous planning, but because all the right circumstances came together... uncork for an olfactory assault - not the most sophisticated, but far better than some of th... Read More

    Wine review by cormski

  • Château du Cayrou Cahors 2000


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    Wine review by ChefPrivato

  • Château de Gaudou Cahors Cuvée Tradition 2005


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    Wine review by Vinotas

  • Château du Cayrou Cahors 2000


    Have not tried it but Cahors is not from USA ;) Read More

    Wine review by monkscellar

  • Les Laquets Cahors 2002


    Stinky funky dirty - a hairy legged french woman singing james brown "I feel ... favorite Malbec and its DCM Cahors, hun Read More

    Wine review by Piccolo148

  • Château du Cèdre Malbec Blend Cahors le Prestige 2004


    In need of a decanter or simply a few hours with the cork popped, this wine gets better with every sip. Dark, lush colors lead to big bold fruit and tannins that overwhelm at first, but are necessary in the further development of the wine once it's open. Will compete with any of your finest 30-40 California "big boy" cabs. Read More

    Wine review by AvanteBryan

  • Château Lagrezette Malbec Cahors le Pigeonnier 2005


    Beautifully smooth Cahors Malbec! Not quite as big and full as Chateau de Cedre, but very good in its own right. Read More

    Wine review by Troutfish

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