Cahors AOP

:: Château Le Brézéguet

A story of passion

Longueteau & Son

The AOP Cahors vineyard of Château Le Brézéguet is located on a plateau of Quercy blanc at an altitude of 300 m. The soil is composed of clay and gravel limestone. The cool and sunny autumns allow harvesting in optimal conditions.

Château Le Brézéguet

AOP Cahors

Made from 20-30 year-old vines on clay-limestone soil at an altitude of 250 m. 2 weeks vinification. Barrel aging for 12 months. It will go wonderfully well with South-West cuisine as well as spicy dishes.

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Château Le Brezeguet - AOP Cahors Vielles Vignes

Château Le Brézéguet

Les vielles vignes

Made from 50-year-old vines on clay-limestone soil at an altitude of 300 m. 4 weeks vinification. Aging in barrels for 18 months. It will go wonderfully well with South-West cuisine as well as spicy dishes.

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Château Le Brézéguet

No added sulphites

Wine made from 20-year-old vines. Clay-limestone soil at an altitude of 250 m. Vinification for 2 weeks. Aging in vats for 5 months.
Here we find the crunchiness of Malbec.

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