Les Vignobles Saint Didier Parnac SAS

26, Porte Vitre Allée, 46140 Parnac
France

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ProWein 2019 hall map (Hall 11): stand H128

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  Wines from France
  • 01.01.05.15  Wines from Sud-Ouest

Our products

Product category: Wines from Sud-Ouest

PRIEURÉ DE CÉNAC LA VIERGE – CAHORS

Region
Cahors, France. Built on the limestone headland which
dates from the Jurassic period, the Prieuré de Cénac
dominates both the valley and hills of the Cause. Here
the land rises to nearly 300 metres above sea level.

Soil
The calcareous base is covered with clay and is rich in
iron and manganese.

Climate
Subject to the Mediterranean and continental
influences with moderate rainfall.

Winemaking
Maceration from 25 to 30 days and post- fermentation
carried out at 28oC. Fermentation with natural grape
yeast. 2 pump-overs on grounds 2 times the volume of
the tank. Brewing of lees. Ageing: in French oak barrels
for 18 months.

Tasting Notes
Full-bodied with complex flavours of spices, darkberried fruit, white peach & floral notes. Soft & supple
tannins with great length on the finish.

Culinary Pairing
Truffle risotto, lamb chops with a mint sauce, duck
breast with red berries, and for desert roasted figs in a
sweet red wine sauce.

PRODUCT DETAILS
Blend 100% Malbec
Alcohol 13.5 % alcohol

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Product category: Wines from Sud-Ouest

PRIEURÉ DE CÉNAC MALBEC – CAHORS


Region
Cahors, France. Built on the limestone headland which
dates from the Jurassic period, the Prieuré de Cénac
dominates both the valley and hills of the Cause. Here the
land rises to nearly 300 metres above sea level.

Soil
The calcareous base is covered with clay and is rich in iron
and manganese.

Climate
Subject to the Mediterranean and continental influences
with moderate rainfall.

Winemaking
Maceration from 25 to 30 days and post- fermentation
carried out at 28oC. Fermentation with natural grape
yeast. 2 pump-overs on grounds 2 times the volume of the
tank. Brewing of lees. Ageing: concrete and French oak
barrels for 12 months.

Tasting Notes
This wine comes from a selection of parcels on the plateau
above the Lot river in Cahors. It's rich and firm, with great
wood and spice notes as well as exuberant black plum and
berry fruit. With its acidity, still-young tannins and firm
texture, it will age well.

Culinary Pairing
Best served with a grilled magret of duck, juicy steak with
mashed potatoes with
truffle oil, truffle risotto and a dark fudge chocolate cake.

PRODUCT DETAILS
Blend 100% Malbec
Alcohol 13.5 %alcoho

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Product category: Wines from Sud-Ouest

LATIS, Grande Reserve - Cahors

BACKGROUND
Latis is the Celtic word for daylight, which is a reference
to both the region’s strong Celtic heritage and the very
special daylight in Cahors which is soft and golden and
gives a sensation of peace, well-being and harmony.

Latis was born out of a willingness to produce the best
and most approachable Malbec (or Auxerrois) from
Cahors and show how much this indigenous grape
variety has evolved in its native environment since its
rise to international fame.

Produced from grapes meticulously sourced from some
of the best plots in Cahors, Latis wines are made from
100% Malbec.

TASTING NOTES
Latis Grande Reserve showcases the deep blackberry
and toasty oak of the French Malbec. Enjoy with confit
duck, porcini mushroom risotto or a rich bitter chocolate
torte

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About us

Company details

Our Story
From The Foot Of The Andes To The Origin Of Malbec

In 1992, whilst at a tasting at a winery on the outskirts of Mendoza, Hervé Joyaux Fabre, at that time a wine merchant in Bordeaux, noticed a wine made from Malbec. He was utterly seduced by the character and depth of this wonderful grape variety, which back then in Argentina had a very different reputation to the Malbec we know today. In the early 1990s Cabernets and Merlots were the grapes of fashion and Malbec was used purely in blends to contribute to the quality of the end wine.

As a true visionary, Hervé took the decision to purchase this wine estate with his childhood friend Pierre NOYER MONTMAYOU.


In 1992, their winery, named FABRE-MONTMAYOU, was the first to market a high-end Malbec destined for the American market. The result was an outstanding success.

In 1997 Diane JOYAUX joined them in this adventure. Franco-German, multilingual and passionate about wine, Hervé’s wife brought the necessary skills to develop sales all over the world.

Today, the vineyards of FABRE MONTMAYOU extend over 450 hectares, located in the regions of Mendoza and further south in Patagonia.


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