A great reward for our efforts in the vineyards and cellar, appeared in the November 2010 issue of the prestigious Revue du Vin de France (RVF): In a special dossier on organic wines, the RVF names the Château du Cèdre amongst some of the most distinguished wine estates of France, like La Romannée-Conti and Domaine de Trévallon…
(Extract RVF November 2010)
Château du Cèdre, Cahors
Application for organic certification since 2009
The French region of Midi-Pyrénées may claim to have the highest gain of organic agriculture in 2009 (68%). “Maybe that’s because this region only had few organic farming before”, suggests Pascal Verhaeghe, one of the most gifted wine makers of Cahors for more than 15 years.
Nevertheless, one might mention, that the climate of the region is one of the most difficult for organic farming.
The wine you should taste: Le Cèdre 2007, Cahors
100% Malbec, yes, but without and excess of power. It stays fresh and straight, showing the benefits of excellent ageing in oak wood.