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The vineyards of the Château du Cèdre lie on the Bru hillsides situated on the commune of
Vire-sur-Lot. The estate spreads over 25 hectares (61.75 acres) of vineyard land (23 ha of
red, 2 ha of white). The area’s traditional varieties are cultivated on the finest wine-growing
soils of Cahors. Half is on a terroir locally named "Le Tran,” a deep clay-limestone soil full of
stones. The vines' roots can make their way deep between these stones, which play also a role
in the hydric and thermic regulation. The other terroir (thus the second half of the estate) is
mainly composed of pebbles mixed with reddish iron-bearing sands on top, and mixed with
clay and flint in the sub-soil.