Producer: Chateau de Chambert
ABV: 13.5% Acidity g/l: 4 Appellation: Cahors Bio-Dynamic: Yes Brand: Chateau de Chambert Country of Origin: France Food Match: Pork Grape Type: Malbec Grape Type: Merlot Organic: Yes Ph Level: 3.54 Region: South West France Residual Sugar g/l: 0 Type of closure: Natural Cork Vegan: Yes Vegetarian: Yes Vintage: 2009 Winemaker: Philippe Lejeune; Stephane Deren
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This 100 hectare, 12th Century property sits 30km west of the town of Cahors, equi-distant from the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Owned and run by Philippe Lejeune, Chambert has 60 hectares under vine, all situated on the limestone plateau that is the best part of the appellation. Advised by consultant Stephane Derenoncourt, Philippe produces wines made from the local variety, Malbec, that aim for finesse and elegance. The Grand Vin is made from old-vine Malbec, and is aged for longer in French oak. It was voted the best of all Cahors by the World of Fine Wine Magazine in March 2010.