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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...

  • Tannat

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

  • Esprit

  • 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

  • Clos La Coutale

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

  • Château Latuc

    Chateau Latuc is situated deep in the heart of rural Southwest France near Cahors. Cahors wines h...

  • Château de Haute-Serre

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

  • Château la Caminade

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

  • Domaine Lagrezette

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

  • Château de Gaudou

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

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Cahors on Snooth

  • MALBEC BELONGS TO CAHORS IN FRANCE!ARGENTINA is famous for Malbec.......their vines are from France.....they are both in a competition, of sorts, but are both agreeable AND FRANCE USUALLY INVITES Argentina TO CAHORS MALBEC DAY! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • Cosse Maisonneuve le Sid Cahors 2003

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    rich, oaky, fruity, with some hints of blueberries Read More

    Wine review by Dennis Lim


  • K Lys Clos Troteligotte Cahors Malbec

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    Good Malbec Read More

    Wine review by calywa


  • Domaine du Theron Malbec Cahors 2011

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    Dark and smoky red fruit aromas with minerality and salinity on the nose. Refreshing in the mouth, this shows good blueberry, cranberry and raspberry fruit notes with tart medicine notes and a stony almost briny finish with notes of earth, tar and leather. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial


  • Chateau du Caillau Malbec Cahors 2012

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    No written review

    Wine review by martins2002


  • Yea, the Loire produces pinot noir, but nay it's not the world's best. ... ... styling of malbec (after Cahors and Argentina) as a standalone varietal. I'd focus on all those before their PN. Especially since the center of the pinot noir universe is not all that far away in Burgundy, which can be saved for another trip.Definitely park yourself... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Loire Valley in July


  • DV - it's Malbec from the Loire, from Cahors, from Napa, from Mendoza, from Patagonia, from Barossa, from Lake Balaton, from Walla Walla, and similar places that tastes like soap."I wonder if he's coming back to comment?  It's been a couple of days now."Al - I would say there's almost no chance of a return. Usually it's just a drive by that gets... Read More

    Forum post in the topic what to drink


  • Redagic - welcome. It's a bit late on page 3 but WTH.. I would prefer a Cab ... to Malbec from Bordeaux and Cahors when it came to Mendoza. Mendoza is high desert. Lots of intense sun and no humidity, so no rot and mildew. It ripens completely differently in the sunny, dry, high mountains than in the gloomy, rainy, sea-level place where it orig... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • Black Cahors malbecs from France, then on to neighboring Tannat territory, could well work for you. Have you tried Amarone from the Veneto, in a different-but-possibly-workable (for you) style? Read More

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  • Redagic  Malbec originated in France but the taste of a wine is not only ... ... and sweeter' and Cahors is 'more tannic and acidic' but each wine is different.  Chateau du Cedre is regarded as one of the better Cahors and one of several which I have enjoyed and reviewed on here.I was served a Loire valley malbec this summer when I stayed at ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


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