Vin de pays du Lot. This wine is produced from a small terraced limestone vineyard
situated atop a hill benefiting from an ideal southern exposition.
Low-temperature fermentations in stainless-steel vats help to preserve the
fruity character and freshness typical of the Malbec varietal.
The wine is estate-bottled.
A ruby-coloured robe with black hues followed by a nose of blackcurrants
and blackberries characterize this luscious and soft effort that will also
be enjoyed for its fruit and light tannins. This wine is best drunk with poultry
or white meat, or with local dishes such as stuffed cabbage or a sauté of