"Le Gouleyant" (in French, it means easy to drink) is a selection of the best Malbecs grown on the highest gravely and clay terraces of the Cahors Appellation, situated between the large loops of the Lot River, in the Southwest of France. Its taste is very typical of the Malbec variety whose birthplace is Cahors for more than 2000 years.
Pigmentum - Malbec- (Rosé)
This is a great wine to share with friends. It has a clear, briliant pink color with vibrant nuances as well as a very intense red fruit bouquet. It is also very fruity, on the palate (cherry and raspberry) with a long aftertaste.
Château Lastours Rosé "Les Graviers"
Landlocked between Toulouse and Albi, the region depended upon Bordeaux to export its wines, whose merchants and shippers made sure they never got a fair chance. The De Faramond family benefits from an advantageous hillside plots, overlooking the Tarn River, and from the dual influence from the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.
Château Peyros "Vieilles Vignes"
Intense dark colour with garnet‐red glints. Powerful nose of vanilla, black berries with mineral and spicynotes. Well‐balanced with a round and strong attack. Beautiful structure of tannins combining fruits and wood. Strong aromatic persistence.