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South-West of France

Château Lamartine - Cahors - Cuvée Particulière - Rouge - 2019


Country / Region: South-West of France

Vintage: 2019

Name: AOP Cahors

Grape variety: 90% Malbec & 10% Tannat

Alcohol: 13 vol.

Color: Red

Capacity: 75 cl


Estate rated 1 star in the Guide des Meilleurs Vins de France 2023 (RVF)
Guide RVF 2023 : 93/100
Wine rated 91-92/100 by our Committee !


Beautifully ripe, the 2019 Red Cahors Cuvée Particulière reveals notes of intense black fruits, spices, and candied fruits. The dense and tight palate has smooth tannins and a lot of fullness and power with a long and persistent finish with menthol and gingerbread touches. This Cahors is made from 90% Malbec grapes from the estate's oldest vines. It should be kept for another year and served with oxtail or grilled pork chops. Decant for an hour or serve in large glasses. Rated 92/100 by the Committee.


Hand harvested from 40 to 60 years old vines. Traditional vinification and punching of the cap for 30 days in stainless steel vats with temperature control at 30°C. Aging for 12 to 14 months, 50% in oak barrels and 50% in barrels of 1 to 3 years.


Intense and bright red with carmine highlights.


Beautiful aromas of juicy black fruits and candied fruits underlined by spicy notes.


Dense and full-bodied with silky tannins, this rich and elegant wine has subtle spicy notes and a promising aging potential now and for many years to come.


Decant one hour before serving at 16 to 18°C.

Food and wine pairing:

Grilled prime rib, roasted duck leg and vegetable garden, mushroom flaky pie, matured livarot cheese.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2030

One of our favorite addresses of the Cahors region, who embodies to perfection the revival of this appellation, Château Lamartine offers a perfect expression of the Malbec grape variety, far from the full-bodied style preferred by winemakers in the past. Their wines of extreme finesse and delicacy illustrate this new vision of Cahors, a new style for a new era led by the talented new generation, Lise and Benjamin Gayraud.