The Château Lamartine stands at the extremely west side of the Cahors Appellation, on the oldest Lot Valley’s terraces. On those terroirs of clay and limestone, the 37 hectares look at the South which guarantees a perfect maturity to the Malbec.
For four generations, the Gayraud family gives the greatest care to the wine-growing as the wine-making. This is the key to get the purest expression from the terroirs. In 2016, Alain and Brigitte give the hand to their children:
« Our brother and sister tandem is our strength, our terroirs are our wealth.
Our idea: Making tipical wines from Cahors appellation wich combine sincerity, balanced and freshness. »
LISE & BENJAMIN
At the end of the 60’s, fifteen Cahors winemakers were involved in the AOP creation. Edouard, Lise and Benjamin great-grand dad, was one of them.
They obtained the AOP in 1971. The Château Lamartine is still very proud [...]
The story began in 1883, the Gayraud family ancestors built the Château Lamartine house. It was erected in place of a century year old oak tree which was sheltering the [...]
« The earth does not belong to us, we are only passing through... »
This sentence, often said by Gayraud family to the next generation, shows their agri-environmental ethic. From the soil work to the green harvest, the philosophy is to preserve the living balance in which the vines […]
"Our terroirs are our divine creators.
ach terroir gives its proper expression, its typicity. Our hands are just shaping the grapes, our palates control the ageing in the goal to get the purest expression from the terroirs."
Lise & Benjamin
From April to October: Monday to Saturday – 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 7 pm
From November to March: Monday to Friday – 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 6 pm
(Week-end and French bank holidays by appointment)
Find here the list of the BtoC fairs we do.
All our wines are available to order and will be shipped from the vineyard to your French Metropolitan Home.