Michèle, Bernard and their son Cyrille DELMOULY are happy to welcome you to their home and help you discover all the riches of their Cahors wine: elegance, suppleness, fruity note.

Located in the town of Boulvé in the Lot, this family farm depends on the canton of Montcuq made famous by Jacques Martin’s “Little Rapporteur”. In addition, Nino Ferrer, in love with this region, had taken up residence there.

The Domaine de MAISON NEUVE is an old family property acquired in 1900 and where, since that day, the vines have been exploited from generation to generation.

It has 14 hectares: 12 in AOC and 2 in Vin de Pays. Located between Quercy Blanc and the Lot valley , its vines are planted on hillsides , facing south, benefiting from exceptional exposure throughout the year, on clay, iron and slightly limestone soil.

This pleasant exploitation on rocky grounds, but favorable to the maturation of the grapes, allows the Delmouly family to extract from their vats a charming wine in its simplicity . Insiders know this address well.