Château de Chambert lies 30 kilometres west of the town of Cahors, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The elegant, modern wines are made from the deep-coloured Malbec variety, which traditionally produced the ‘black wines’ of Cahors.
Vineyards are planted with 85% Malbec and 15% Merlot at the highest part of the South Quercy limestone plateau, at an average altitude of 300 metres above sea level. The soil contains two distinct geological components; red clay with high concentration of red which lends the wine power, spice and black fruit aromas; and white clay with limestone similar to that of Chablis, which produces minerality and finesse.
This award-winning Malbec has perfumes of violets, complex red fruit characters and silky tannins. A generous, rich wine with a powerful structure, ripe tannins and dense fruit on the palate. This wine is beautifully dark and intense in colour. On the nose, it has refined ripe fruit aromas of blueberry and violet. On the palate, the tannins are silky and round and the mineral character on the finish balances the black fruit and ripe flavours.
85% Malbec / 15% Merlot
Cahors, South West France
Vegan / Vegetarian