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Château Eugénie is first and foremost a family story. Winegrowers from father to son for several centuries, the Couture family perpetuates the family tradition by producing sincere and authentic wines.Lire plus Learn more
Château Eugénie is first and foremost a family story. Winegrowers from father to son for several centuries, the Couture family perpetuates the family tradition by producing sincere and authentic wines, reflecting our admirable mosaic of terroirs.
According to the departmental archives, we find winegrowers of the Couture Family in 1470, who would then be at the service of the Lord of Albas. The estate was named Château Eugénie in homage to our great-great-grandmother, and since then we have perpetuated the family tradition from father to son, thanks to the know-how acquired over the generations combined with modern winemaking techniques.
Through our work as winegrowers, we transmit our passion for the land and the history of our beautiful Lot region. The Cahors Appellation today has around 4,500 hectares in A.O.P. production. It is thanks to a collective work with the actors of the local wine industry that the wines of Cahors enjoy a great diversity, something to delight wine lovers! Closely linked to the local gastronomy, our Cahors wines go perfectly well with traditional duck breasts, confits, cassoulets as well as goat's cheeses such as Rocamadour and Cabécou!