Chateau de Chambert

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. Philippe has also started converting his vineyards to Biodynamic viticulture in 2009. Advised by consultant Stéphane Derenoncourt, Philippe produces wines made from the local variety, Malbec, that aim for finesse and elegance. Philippe makes his Rogomme using 2 hectares of land at the highest part of the plateau. This is an interesting fortified wine made with an old recipe; it was already drunk during the French Revolution (1789)

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