Domaine Lagrezette

5 65 20 07 42 Lagrézette Château
Caillac, 46140
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The 55 meters long and 19 meters deep underground cellars of the Domaine de Lagrezette were devised with a view to both favor the quality of the wine and preserve the environment. Situated at the foot of the chateau, this sophisticated and unique-in-its-design winemaking facility allows a non-interventionist vinification process in the sense that its setting on three floors permits easy transfer from one level to another by gravity. The handpicked grapes are sorted manually, de-stemmed, and crushed at level 3. Level 2 is fitted with small temperature-controlled stainless steel vats for alcoholic fermentation, that allow the separate vinification of each parcel. It also houses a 75 hl oak vat dedicated to the production of the luxury-cuvee Le Pigeonnier. Level 1, which offers ideal and naturally constant conditions of temperature and hygrometry, is the place where the wines are left to mature in new oak barrels. Created as early as the 15th century*, the vineyard of the domaine has been replanted and is Read more »

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  • Chateau Lagrezette Cahors Purple Malbec 2009


    A bit funky on the nose but very plummy. Aromas of fresh Italian plums, old wood, dry earth and hints of tarragon and dried sage greet the nose. Smooth and broad on entry, this is almost a bit soft, though the tannins remains fairly abundant and a bit fuzzy in the mouth, adding volume and tactile complexity. Theres a fine, clear, deep core of f... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Chateau Lagrezette Cahors Purple Malbec 2009


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  • Chateau Lagrezette Malbec Cru d'Exception Cahors France 2006


    Earthy, stemmy and herbal on the nose with some sweet, small berry, wild berry fruit tones floating in the glass. A bit tough in the mouth with chewy tannins plenty of richness remaining. theres great depth to the fruit here, all mineral and dried herb tinged wild red cherry toned flavors. The wine remains firm right through the mouth, but well ... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Chateau Lagrezette Malbec Cru d'Exception Cahors France 2006


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    Wine review by mark

  • Château Lagrezette Cahors Ac Mdc 2004


    Earth, wood, cassis and hint of tobacco on the nose, full full body, chewy with juicy tannins, rich plum and cassis, and very pleasant slightly astringent finish, with warm feeling. Overall amazing wine. Read More

    Wine review by Zinmaniac

  • Château Lagrezette Malbec Cahors le Pigeonnier 2003


    nice. Read More

    Wine review by alanb1108

  • Château Lagrezette Cahors Moulin Lagrezette 2004


    Last weekend I visited my friend in Paris at the end of my European motorcycle trip and he took me to a restaurant specialising in the cuisine and wine of South-west France.I had 'confit du canard'accompanied by slices of potato deep fried in duck fat.It was absolutely delicious and we had this cahors wine with it.This is a superb red wine by an... Read More

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  • Pourpre de Grezette 2004


    Aromas of oak, tobacco and dried berries. Crisp raspberry flavors and spice followed by smooth tannins and a slightly tart finnish. Read More

    Wine review by Blinky

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  • I've recently found that I really like Malbec. Does anyone have any suggestions of good, affordable Malbec to try? Read More

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