Georges Vigouroux Cot ‘'Gouleyant'' Malbec 2018 - Cahors, France
Varietals: 85% Malbec & 15% Merlot
The wine has a dark red robe in the glass. The nose is respectful to Malbec- with notes of ripe red and black fruit. The palate is elegant, with flavors of cherry and black berries, with soft tannins for a pleasant finish.
For four generations, the “black wine” has been flowing through the Vigouroux family’s veins. If the passing down of the winemaking know-how is important in viticulture, the passion for Malbec is even more remarkable in heredity, guiding the family since 1887 on the historic Cahors vineyards and beyond, in search of a terroir/grape variety symbiosis.
Owners of approximatively 150 hectares of vineyards in the Southwest France, the Vigouroux family are the specialists in France when it comes to producing Malbec wines. With focus on the black wine since 1887, their four wineries and Chateaux offer various styles of wines, from the plateau to the different terraces…
A know-how practiced for several generations and an expertise in the Malbec grape variety, historic chateaux, a high gross rate of their brands, a qualitative distribution, completed by an exceptional agritourism offer, Bertrand-Gabriel Vigouroux is open to the world, committed to maintaining his roots and regional values.