50% Gros Manseng, 20% Petit Manseng, 15% Petit Courbu, 15% Camaralet
Manual harvesting, indigenous yeast, 5 to 6 months aged on lies. Natural wine, non-filtered with golden colour. may through some deposit.
This young wine expresses notes of ripe fruit, white peach, the mouth is round and delicious, enhanced by a delicate pearling sensation due to the carbon dioxide from fermentation which brings astonishing freshness.
This wine is ideal alone as an aperitif, it will brilliantly accompany tapas, seafood and spicy deli meats.
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This is a small family-run estate, with just 6.5 hectares under vine, and has been handed down from father to son since the 18th century. The current winemakers are brothers Sébastien and Fabrice Bordenave-Montesquieu. They employ many of the principles of biological and biodynamic viticulture.
Detailed attention is paid to the working of the ground and the influence of the moon. The result is healthy grapes with both high sugar content and maximum phenolic ripeness - i.e. perfect balance.
“Jurançon’s fame is undeniably founded on its stickies, which means the dry wines of the region often slip under the radar. This blend of 50% Gros Manseng, 40% Courbu, 10% Petit Manseng has bags of character, is fresh yet full bodied with a core of ripe yellow apples and runny honey on the textured finish.”
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