Chateau Du Cedre
"Move forward, experience new ways."
That's the motto of Chateau du Cedre, a small wine-making farm in Cahors, France, which aims to perfect the beauty of Malbec wines. With a small team and a passion for great-tasting offerings with a natural focus, you will be delighted to drink a glass of Chateau du Cedre.
The History of Chateau du Cedre
The vineyard now known as Chateau du Cedre has roots dating back decades, first started by a father in 1973, then taken over by his sons in the '90s.
With about 67 acres of land and vines dating back as long as 60 years, a team of just 12 workers manages the entire vineyard with one goal in mind: To produce some of the finest wines in the world.
Chateau du Cedre Company Mission
The company's passion for wine goes back two generations, and after partnering with other local growers, the company has expanded its offerings while still keeping the same small focus it's had from the beginning.
As with all clean wines offered by Thrive Market, the company is committed to a more natural approach to winemaking in everything it does.
Benefits of Chateau du Cedre
When you buy wines from Chateau du Cedre, you are assured of the following great qualities and benefits:
- 100% organic
- Sustainably farmed
- No added sugars or sweeteners
- Supporting a family-owned business
Top Chateau du Cedre Product
While Chateau du Cedre makes a number of high-quality wines, its Malbec Cahors 2015 is one of the company's very best.
Chateau Du Cedre Malbec Cahors 2016
Most Malbec wines are grown in Argentina, but Chateau du Cedre is one of the few growers in France that offers this exciting varietal. Master sommelier Josh Nadel notes that Chateau du Cedre produces some of the best-tasting and most sustainably farmed Malbec in the world. This wine pairs well with chicken, duck, and chocolate.
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