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In 1971, Haute-Serre was the first vineyard replanted in Cahors after the phylloxera with innovative techniques at that time, like simple guyot pruning. The average density in Cahors is 9,999 vines per acre, however in our vineyards we are planting 16,465 vines per acre.
All this care reduces the yield per stock and increases the quality and delicacy of their wines.
Bertrand-Gabriel Vigouroux combines traditions and the modern techniques of winemaking to respect the malbec in its original terroir. He is constantly trying to optimize the potential of the malbec, that he often named “the Diva grape, it can produce incredible wines, but you have to give her your best first! ”
Now Bertrand-Gabriel Vigouroux manages the estates with the same passion as his father, maintaining tradition while introducing innovative methods. A major winemaker and oenologist in France himself, he took his passion for the Malbec grape to the Mendoza region in Argentina, hiring Paul Hobbs, a famous oenologist and Malbec wine-producer in Argentina, as a consultant. The cooperation brought an exceptional 2009 vintage and the new Icône cuvées.
For four generations, the “black wine” has been flowing through the Vigouroux family’s veins. Owners of 147 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.
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