Cahors AOP

:: Château Grand Chêne

A story of passion

Longueteau & Son

Château Grand Chêne comes from a siderolithic terroir, very rich in iron and made up of 3 Cahors grape varieties, Malbec (85%), Merlot (10%) and Tannat (5%). It is aged in vats for a minimum of 18 months.

Château Grand Chêne

AOP Cahors

Wine made from 25-year-old vines, siderolithic soil on slopes at an altitude of 250 m. It will go wonderfully well with South-West cuisine as well as spicy dishes.

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Château Grand Chêne

Fer Hic

This wine comes from a siderolithic soil on slopes at 250 m, will seduce you with its complexity and power. Pure Malbec, it comes from a 40-year-old parcel of iron scraps, aged in vats for 20 months.

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Château Grand Chêne

X4

The cuvée X4, 100% Malbec, comes from a plot of around 40 years old, where the yields are around 32 hl / ha. After 4 weeks of vinification, the wine will be aged in new barrels for 20 months.

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Château Grand Chêne

G20

This wine comes from siderolithic soil on slopes at 250 m, and will seduce you with its complexity, power and finesse. 100% Malbec from a low-yielding plot, vinified and aged in a stoneware jar, it will go perfectly with dishes in sauce, powerful meats as well as cheeses with character.

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Château Grand Chêne

T12

This wine comes from a gravel soil located on the slopes of Grézels. It comes from 60-year-old vines. It will go perfectly with dishes in sauce, powerful meats as well as cheeses with character.

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