Malbec has become a hot commodity in the market place in recent years, thanks to Argentina’s success with the varietal. However, the grape’s ancestral home in southwest France, near the city of Cahors, has become part of a renaissance taking place that may revive the legacy of the Malbec grape.
In this ancient landscape, younger winemakers are often following in their family’s footsteps, balancing old world ideals, while still entertaining new methods such as biodynamics. It’s the perfect opportunity to bring a new world approach to a old world region.
Join us we attend Cahors Malbec Days, in Cahors, France. In part 2 we’ll hear from Paul Bush and Tim Wright from Madroña Vineyards; Jean-Luc Baldès, from Clos Triguedina; Philippe Lejeune, from Château de Chambert; and Gregory Orr, a local resident and wine lover.
For more info:
Cahors Malbec Days: www.french-malbec.com/cahors-malbec-days/
Madroña Vinyards (Paul Bush): madronavineyards.com/
Clos Triguedina (Jean-Luc Baldès): www.jlbaldes.com/index_en.php
Château de Chambert (Philippe Lejeune): www.chateaudechambert.com/en/chambert.htm
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Perhaps you’ve already watched our video show, “The Scent of Black,” which features Monsieur Dimani talking about the Cahors region. http://wp.me/p3RNPG-xF
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