Démon Noir rosé

Démon Noir is the mischievous creation of our oenologist Hervé Froment and a reference to the legend of the little devil from the Cahors city.

Three diabolical wines. Démon Noir, cheeky fruitiness.

All about wine production...

All about wine production...

IGP Côtes du Lot Rosé

This wine draws its richness from the talus scree on the hillsides and terraces of the River Lot. 


A history

The Cahors city needed a bridge worthy of its name... It is said that, infuriated by the construction’s slow progress, the foreman decided to do a deal with a little devil in exchange for his soul. The end of the work approached and the foreman attempted to cheat the little devil and was therefore cursed for his deceit. The top of the central tower of the Valentré Bridge collapsed and he was never able to complete his task. Half a century later, a stone statue of the little devil was built to commemorate the story. Today, our oenologist Hervé Froment presents his latest mischievous creation with this Malbec, a new little devil in Cahors.

A chance to discover...

     A chance to discover...
tasting notes

colour, nose, mouth

Its lively and brilliant salmon pink colour boasts a full mouth-feel with excellent balance between the fruit and the acidity, marked by aromas of rose and lime and followed by tropical fruit flavours: lychee and grapefruit.




A chance to share...

A chance to share... Advice from our oenologist


Serve at 10-12°C. Enjoy today, can be served this year.



cold starters, cured meats, salads, grilled fish and Mediterranean dishes.