Cahors once covered 48,000 hectares of vines, but after phylloxera has shrunk to 4000 hectares.
There is less wine made now, but the quality is much higher. Yields are much lower and grape selection is important. Soils here are clay and limestone. Didier farms at the highest level of sustainability and biodynamic conversion is in process. Only indigenous yeasts are used. Vines average 32 years old.
A refined, mineral wine with dark plum aromas and peppery floral hints. Tight, lean and ready to impress anyone.