Château Eugénie is the fruit of a long line of passionate winegrowers. According to departmental records, we can trace the Couture family's winegrowing back to 1470, in the service of the Lord of Albas. And it is in tribute to their great-great-grandmother Eugénie that the estate was so baptized. Since then, they have continued in the family tradition thanks to the know-how acquired from father to son combined with modern winemaking techniques. In Cahors, Malbec is king, but it can be blended with a small portion of Merlot or Tannat depending on the cuvées. This allows them to produce authentic wines with distinct identities. Great wine is first built with healthy grapes, which are harvested at perfect maturity depending on each grape variety and each plot. Each batch is then vinified and then aged separately in vats or in barrels to enhance the unique character of each of the vintages. This ensures they reflect the great typicity of the vineyards.