Overlooking the Lot valley, where once upon a time this land produced a strong black tannic wine who’s reputation stretched as far as America. Destroyed over 100 years ago by the disease phylloxerra, the Malbec vine stock has been replanted on this fertile land. A handful of winemakers have strived to reconquer these forgotten lands. At Château Lacapelle Cabanac ,on this terroir of limestone the Cahors has finally found its roots.
Food Pairings for Château Lacapelle Cabanac Malbec Cahors Xl
Dietary Information: Biodynamic
Aged 18 months in French Oak.
Notes: 100% new oak barrels