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Chateau La Tour Chambert label

Chateau La Tour Chambert 2012

  • Producer Chateau la Tour Chambert
  • Blend 70% Malbec
    30% Merlot
  • Country France
  • Region SOUTH-WEST
  • Appellation Cahors
  • UPC 0 15643 23627 3
Red Wine

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Item# 180-12

Property and family history

Philippe LEJEUNE, owner of Chateau Chambert, he relies on the talents of this team to execute his vision: continuing the production of Chambert wines which have become famous through the centuries. It is this devotion to wines reflecting the land and possessing a remarkable finesse that have led the vineyard to adopt biodynamics since 2007. Philippe LEJEUNE and his team are helped by Stephane DERENONCOURT of renowned International.
Chateau de Chambert is situated in the town of Floressas on the highest slopes of the Cahors appellation at 300m above sea level. The chateau overlooks Chambert's 120 Ha of limestone hills; of which 65 Ha are vineyards and the remainder a naturist's paradise of meadows, woodlands and forest. The first view of Chambert as you approach the domaine is of a magnificent chateau that boasts strength and pride. The central driveway lined with slender cypress trees and rows of vineyards soothes and tames the demeanor of a building that is so rich in history.
Chambert is:
- A reputation of fine and elegant wines since 1690
- One of the oldest and most prestigious vineyards in Cahors
- Great terroir on high slopes
- 65 Ha of Organic vineyards
- The biggest wine domaine practicing biodynamics in the SW of France.
Chambert is famous for its uncompromising quality, its constant search for excellence and its wines of clear and vibrant style.

Technical data

Soil: Hard, white limestone bed rock scattered with a shallow top soil of chalk-like clay.
Surface: 22 hectares
Maturing: vinification process Minimum of 6 months in stainless concrete tank before bottling
Harvest: Hand sorting. De-stemming and Crushing separation