Chateau St. Sernin Calcaire Cahors Malbec


With origins dating back to 1619, the Fournié family produced wine generation after generation in this Cahors estate and were one of the first to be included in the appellation when it received AOC status in 1971. Chateau St-Sernin has the good fortune of vineyard sites with three distinct terroirs, from the river valley up to the plateau above, with the average vine age of 50 years.

Fitting for duck breast (Cahors hails from the capital of duck cuisine in France), roasted meats, steak. Also pairs with medium spicy foods and a variety of cheese.