Château de Flore

The Baldès family enjoys a long history in the Cahors region with the first plots being planted back in 1830 in the Clos Triguedina, having identified the best terraces of the Lot valley. The current proprietor is Jean-Luc Baldès and who continues the family innovations in Cahors production – the family was the first to introduce stainless steel vats for vinification and was also the first to produce a Malbec rosé. He enlarged the surface area of the estate to twice its size and developed the production of fine wines. The estate’s red and white wines receive regular praise in the press and are awarded nationally and internationally - Jean-Luc Baldès has elevated his wines to the highest level in the region. He has now spent 30 years producing wine on this property, to which he remains passionately attached and has forged himself a name as "The master of Malbec". The estate covers 70 hectares and the soil structure, clay and limestone and siliceous clay, are similar to the soils found in the Pomerol region of Bordeaux. The vineyards scatter the region between the 2nd, 3rd and 4th terraces and therefore a number of differing styles can be achieved.

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