Our wines of the limestone plateau

Château de Cénac

Many times assailed during the numerous wars, the medieval castle managed to resist on its 240m high hill and maintained its vineyard on the south facing argilo-calcareous plateau partially covered with brown clay and with ferruginous stones. Recognized by the former brokers as a reference for the Cahors vineyard, it was restructured towards the end of the 1970s with the Malbec vine nowadays granting it the expression of wines of high quality.