Introduction to French Wine In South West From Cahors Château de Hauterive
Introduction to French Wine In South West From Cahors Château de Hauterive
Oct 28, 2020

The Filhol family has been at Vire-sur-Lot for 5 generations and has always cultivated wine. It has profited from the expansion oh Cahors's wine to give rise to the Château de Hauterive wich it runs. The latest generation, Gilles and Dominique have been at the head of the business since 1984, when Gilles obtained his diploma of school of Viticulture and Oenologie of the Tour Blanche.

With his father he started a family firm, being by his brother two years later after Dominique has completed a diploma in arboriculture. Their objectives are to produce Cahors wine which is at the same time authentic and modern.

 

Cahors Château de Hauterive Chemin de Compostelle Cahors Malbec 2016

Fine and elegant wine with the black bay scents, while passing by odours of Underwood. Balanced very well between smoothness and tannins.

Age of the vine: 30 years

Ageing potential: 8 to 10 years in cellar

Culinary Recommendation: To serve 16 C. Good match with regional cuisine: Quercy lamb or duck breasts without forgetting the cassoulet or stuffed cabbage.

Awards: 
1* Guide hachette des vins, 2012  
2* Guide hachette des vins, 2014 
86/100 Gilbert & Gaillard, 2015

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