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Sauvignon, Sémillon, Muscadelle, Viognier... Château du Cèdre Cahors shows up in white !...

As already in 2016, the two white wines were entirely made without addition of sulfur and have since shown an undreamt evolution of aromatic finesse and complexity. Only a small amount of sulfur (10 mg / L) is added during bottling to help the wines overcome this final, crucial stage.

Le Cèdre Héritage blanc 2018
This wine shows a full bouquet of exotic fruits, butter and citrus oil, gradually adding delicate floral scents. Pleasant smoothness accompanies the outstanding freshness on the palate, which creates a balanced and harmonious wine from the beginning. An amazing, nuanced wine that will accompany your aperitif, as well as raw fish, all kinds of terrines, salads and cream cheese.

Le Cèdre blanc 2018
While Viognier seems to play a major role in the beginning, with its full scent of apricot, peach and pineapple, the bouquet quickly develops into more complexity and elegance: White pepper, flower scents, herbs and freshly baked pastry... A lively and fresh Wine, in constant evolution, with surprisingly intense aromas, defies its delicate and fine character. Gentle on the palate, at the same time rich and light, with a long, very aromatic finish: Lemon and spices, as well as a bouquet of dried flowers.
A fresh, fine-grained wine that will accompany your “aperitif dinatoire”. It also perfectly matches with refined seafood or flavourfull cheese (Chaource, fresh Munster cheese, goat’s cheese).



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