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Under Lionel's leadership, "Lionel Osmin et Cie" was born to promote loud and clear the discovery of the unique grape varieties and terroirs of Southwest France. From Jurançon to Cahors, Gaillac to Bergerac passing through Marcillac, Lionel Osmin & Co has become the sole transversal signature of wines from this underrated region. They are proud to share a range of wines whose characteristics are faithful to their terroirs and are made for those who wish to share in the joy of discovering what the Southwest of France has to offer!
The terraces of the Cahors AOP nestle among the meandering Lot River - these are the age-old lands of the Malbec grape. This wine has a deep, inky colour - almost black! Revealing wafts of violet petals along with ripe aromas of ripe blackberries, currants and black cherries on the nose. The fruits are supported on the palate by hints of liquorice spice and soft notes of cocoa. A wine that offers pleasure for the palate with its silky tannins and rich concentration of flavour.
This full, rich red wine can be combined with many French cuisine dishes, including: pan-fried mushrooms, meat fondues, truffled fattened hen, confited duck, coq au vin, grilled beef rib steak, tournedos, matured cheeses or Camembert, etc.
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The origin of Château Lamartine goes back to 1883, when Lise and Benjamin’s great grand father acquired a piece of land and started to farm grapes and sell wine in barrels. The winery holds the 'Haute Valeur Environnementale' certificate in sustainability, and are right now in their third year of organic conversion.
The Cahors AOP is right in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean sea. We could say that it’s the heart of the South West. Due to its geographic situation, the appellation has a particular microclimate, which is perfect for Malbec.
A blend of 90% Malbec and 10% Tannat, the Cuvée Particulière uses grapes grown from old vines aged between 40 to 60 years old. An aromatic wine sporting rich, dark berry fruit tones of blackberries and bramble alongside more savoury notes of dried herbs and black liquorice. Wood ageing brings subtle spice notes and roundness to the palate. The tannins are present but polished with a juicy verve of acidity cutting through the dense fruit, which lingers on the finish. This wine has a solid backbone and some serious concentration!
The structure present here will work for a variety of meats, including duck, goose and game as well as being a great match with cheese.