Franck Pascal pulled out of the Bergerac appellation in 2012 as his rich, natural, unfined and unfiltered wine had little in common with most of the wines from this appellation. His wine spends two winters in the cellars for natural stabilization before bottling. Black and red fruit gradually emerge on the nose, with deep structured fruit on the palate that is held firm by the wine’s chalky minerality backed by delicate tannins. No added sulphur.
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, 10% Malbec
Jean-Benoît Cavalier transformed the land of his family home into Domaine Cavalier in the 1980s....